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Andrew Teverson

people’; and thirdly, it involves ‘a series of set piece political encounters – interviews with leaders and opposition figures and so forth’ (SRI, 79). Rushdie’s assessment of the political situation in Nicaragua is unashamedly partisan. He arrived shortly after the International Court of Justice in the Hague had ruled that US aid to the contras was in violation of international law (a judgement that the US House of Representatives had blithely ignored by granting a further $100 million worth of funds for the counterrevolution) and his

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