Rica and honduras were invited to join the initiative

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Rica and Honduras were invited to join the initiative, but they did not attend.” (Pg.1) “The three Presidents also announced that the doors will be permanently open to Panama and Belize should they decide to join the regional strategy.” (Pg.1) The countries are showing signs of diplomacy. So if we sis try to fix a problem they are possibility they will allow us to help. Timeline: Nicaragua. (n.d.). Stanford University. Retrieved March 14, 2013 from “1821: Nicaragua and other Central American colonies gain their independence from the Spanish Crown. “(Pg.1) The histories of these world countries near the U.S. are very similar from one another. “1850: The United States and Great Britain sign the Clayton- Bulwer Treaty without Nicaraguan consent. They are granted access to an inter-oceanic trade route through Nicaraguan territory. “ (Pg.1) After gaining their independence, other higher class nations are still taking advantage of them.
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“1990: The moderate UNO Coalition candidate, Violeta Chamorro is elected president of Nicaragua. Chamorro improves diplomatic relations with the U.S. At this time, the FSLN party still holds the majority of popular support in Nicaragua.” (Pg.1) A health relationship with the U.S. can definitely help the country to focus on improving their economy. “1991: The UNO coalition governs Nicaragua. They severely cut government spending on successful, Sandinista-led social programs in such areas as health care and education. On July 1st, right wing sectors attack Sandinista land reforms, which have redistributed land to small-scale farmers. The impact is felt across the nation.” (Pg.1) Education will be a very critical point to Nicaragua statue improving from third world county to 1 st or 2 nd class country.
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