U.S Policy Towards Political Events in Nicaragua During President Gerald Ford's (1974-1977)


The issue of US policy toward Nicaragua is of great importance to American foreign policy researchers. It is important to explain the US strategy of stabilizing the US presence, finding a strategic ally in Nicaragua, and removing the Communist threat from the Latin American region as a whole. Because it threatens US national security. The policy of the United States of America towards Nicaragua in different stations depending on the nature and philosophy of each administration during the Ford presidency (1974-1977) was weak in some respects but generally adopted a relatively more neutral attitude towards the Nicaraguan government, knowing that there was no radical change In the general direction of US policy, Their motive was to worry about the future of the permanent interests of the United States of America in Nicaragua and to try to keep the Communist threat out of the way.