Chris Hartmann, a doctoral candidate in geography at the Ohio State University, examines the political economy of Nicaragua.
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Monday, July 13, 2020
Mistrust Compels Anti-Authoritarian Epidemiology in the Time of COVID-19
Trust in government is crucial for securing public health, particularly during crises . Amidst historic levels of mistrust in government, concerns have arisen about the accuracy, veracity, and transparency of COVID-19 data reporting by public governments and their strategies to contain the pandemic...
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
A Canal at What Cost?
What does a canal have to do with human rights? Plenty, according to the thousands of Nicaraguan protesters who filled Managua’s streets on December 10, International Human Rights Day . With banners, flags, chants, and a petition submitted to the Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights, they came out in...