Press TV (Iran) has an article on the non-aligned movement (NAM) and on Iran/Nicaragua relations.
[Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Samuel] Santos, for his part, expressed hope the joint economic commission would be established soon, saying it would attest to close ties between Tehran and Managua.
Referring to the upcoming NAM ministerial meeting in Tehran, he added that all NAM nations and governments are entitled to taking steps towards restoration of their rights.
The article got me thinking about how we have been told for all too many years that you have to pick a side, the most recent that I remember being a statement to the fact by George Bush. It certainly was painted that way during the cold war. Why does Switzerland get away with being "neutral" but other countries that don't want to pick a side get put in this "if you aren't with us, you are against us" dilemma?