“Last June 15th, Daniel Ortega, the President of Nicaragua, held a ceremony in Managua to announce his newest and most audacious plan to help the country's poor: a transoceanic canal, stretching from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific, a few hundred miles north of the Panama Canal. ‘This is a project,’ he promised, ‘that will bring well-being, prosperity, and happiness to the Nicaraguan people.’ […]
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