Since Donald Trump said that he is not ruling out a military option, many Venezuelans, like the hostages in SWAT team movies, fantasize about an armed intervention that will finally put an end to the hostage takers. Long live Hollywood!
Now there is no talk of invasion, but of humanitarian intervention. We [Read more]
Since before Trump officially took office in January, the contradictions and confusion between the public and private have been a personal trademark of his administration.
The speech by President Donald Trump on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, before the General Assembly of the United Nations, was one of the most aggressive and intimidating ever uttered by any leader in this setting.
Correspondents from multiple media outlets already had information on the topics the president would address [Read more]
Both Maduro and Trump parachuted into their respective presidencies, without knowing what the hell they are supposed to be doing in such an important position.
Two dozen Amazon tribes people – men, women and children – camp under the open sky on the side of a freeway. The voiceover tells us that we are in Boa Vista, capital of the Brazilian state of Roraima, on the Venezuelan border. Poverty, begging and neglect; nothing new there, apart from the origin of these people, [Read more]
The coup in Brazil, the peace agreement with the Revolutionary Front in Colombia, and the outbreak of protests on the streets of Venezuela all signal an Orange Spring in Caracas.
Where is the moral superiority when those who were left out have no arguments and merely hurl insults and hostilities and hold grudges?
In a confused setting, the U.S. government is ... attempting to bring diplomatic sanctions against Venezuela without sufficient legal grounds to do so.
The threat of ruin is what has driven Castro to look to the United States, a turnaround that will prevent him from being able to claim that things on the island are not working because of its “imperialist enemies.”
U.S. imperialism and its lackeys have seen to it that economic war, scarcity and speculation have succeeded in destabilizing President Maduro's government and demoralizing Chavism.