[Alberto Fernández] will have to constantly negotiate and reach agreements with his all-powerful neighbor, the United States.
[T]here he is, in the Oval Office, embroiled in scandal after scandal, tussle after tussle, clash after clash.
Oil is a strategic and political weapon. The United States knows it.
[E]conomic sanctions imposed by the Trump administration ... have negatively affected the life of Venezuelans.
In retrospect, it’s amazing how long John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s national security advisor, endured.
The fear ... that any minute we could become innocent victims of fanatical terrorism has shaped the way we live.
Enough of neocolonialism in the 21st century ...
Migration from Central America has already unleashed disquieting flashpoints of disapproval among those for whom Donald Trump’s style of discourse provides fertile ground.
[T]he U.S. has made it clear that its active measures in Venezuela have come to an end.