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Author:
Robert Pastor
ISBN13:
978-0813339733
ISBN:
0813339731
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Publisher:
Westview Press; 2nd edition (January 11, 2002)
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Americas
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Robert Pastor was a major US policymaker in the critical period leading up to and following the Sandinista Revolution of 1979. Robert Pastor is uniquely qualified to write a definitive book about the relationship between Nicaragua and the United States.

Robert Pastor was a major US policymaker in the critical period leading up to and following the Sandinista Revolution of 1979. -Jimmy Carter, former President of the United States. Robert A. Pastor is the Vice President of International Affairs at American University. He has served as the Goodrich C. White Professor of Political Science at Emory University, and he is the former director of Latin American and Caribbean Affairs, National Security Council.

Not Condemned to Repetition book. Published February 15th 2002 by Westview Press (first published January 11th 2002). The 1990 election in Nicaragua broke the pattern. Robert Pastor was a major US policymaker in the critical period leading up to and following the Sandinista Revolution of. Through the fall of Anastasio Somoza, the rise of the Sandinistas, and the contra war, the United States and Nicaragua seemed destined to repeat the mistakes made by the . and Cuba forty years before. The 1990 election in Nicaragua broke the pattern

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The 1990 election in Nicaragua broke the pattern

and Cuba forty years before. Robert Pastor was a major US policymaker in the critical period leading up to and following the Sandinista Revolution of 1979.

Through the fall of Anastasio Somoza, the rise of the Sandinistas, and the contra war, the United States and Nicaragua seemed destined to repeat the mistakes made by the . and Cuba forty years before

Through the fall of Anastasio Somoza, the rise of the Sandinistas, and the contra war, the United States and Nicaragua seemed destined to repeat the mistakes made by the .

book by Robert A. Pastor. From his unique vantage point, and utilizing a wealth of original material from classified government documents and from personal interviews with .

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Condemned To Repetition: The United States and Nicaragua. Condemned To Repetition: The United States and Nicaragua. The author underscores the United States' propensity to repeat errors by drawing many parallels between "losing Cuba" and "losing Nicaragua. As Pastor writes, regarding the decision not to press Somoza: "The lack of enthusiasm on the part of the two key people implementing . policy should have served as a warning signal.

During the last three decades, Nicaragua posed three of the most difficult challenges faced by U.S. foreign policy-makers in the third world: how to cope with a declining, repressive, but previously “friendly” dictator? how to relate to an anti-American revolutionary government? how to facilitate a democratic transition? The Nicaraguan challenge was to establish a democratic and autonomous government, with as much support and as little interference as possible from the great powers. This book demonstrates how an unproductive interaction led to both sides’ worst nightmares. Through the fall of Anastasio Somoza, the rise of the Sandinistas, and the contra war, the United States and Nicaragua seemed destined to repeat the mistakes made by the U.S. and Cuba forty years before. The 1990 election in Nicaragua broke the pattern. Robert Pastor was a major US policymaker in the critical period leading up to and following the Sandinista Revolution of 1979. A decade later after writing the first edition of this book, he organized the International Mission led by Jimmy Carter that mediated the first free election in Nicaragua’s history. From his unique vantage point, and utilizing a wealth of original material from classified government documents and from personal interviews with U.S. and Nicaraguan leaders, Pastor shows how Nicaragua and the United States were prisoners of a tragic history and how they finally escaped. This revised and updated edition covers the events of the democratic transition, and it extracts the lessons to be learned from the past.