The solution to the U.S./Nicaraguan relations problem : the Contadora group
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Perhaps one of the most controversial issues confronting the current United States Administration today is the present situation of the Nicaraguan state. The now six-and-a-half year old government under Sandinista control has sparked quite a disagreement between not only the President of the United States and the members of his Congress, but between the American people as well. Because the United States has always had political, economic and social interests in the whole Central American region, Nicaragua has become the most important member of the region of the United States since its social revolution in July, 1979, when a Marxist regime came to power.