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Amérique centrale : de la fin de la crise régionale à la poursuite des crises locales

Abstract : The electoral defeat of the Sandinistas during the February 1990 elections in Nicaragua marked the end of the central American regional crisis. This regional crisis had mainly subjective causes given the fact that the other four central American governments, under the influence of the Reagan administration, had decided that the Sandinista revolution was responsible for all the political and economic troubles of the region. However, the end of this regional crisis does not preclude the prolongation of local conflicts - in El Salvador or Guatemala - insofar as their objective causes have not been eliminated.
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Olivier Dabène. Amérique centrale : de la fin de la crise régionale à la poursuite des crises locales. Cultures & conflits, L'Harmattan, 1990, pp.24-37. ⟨10.4000/conflits.72⟩. ⟨hal-01009604⟩

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