Risk Mitigation Efforts for Radicalization and Dynastic Succession in Nicaragua

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On April 3, 2024, the Inter-American Dialogue released the memo "Risk Mitigation Efforts for Radicalization and Dynastic Succession in Nicaragua." The report, produced by Manuel Orozco, director of the Migration, Remittances, and Development program, identifies areas of external pressure that the international community can use in order to mitigate risks associated with increased radicalization and a dynastic succession within the Nicaraguan government. The report advances a risk mitigation strategy that has the potential to catalyze engagement between civic groups and the government
- a crucial step in advancing a democratic transition.

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