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.
If this is not encirclement of the usurper on all four sides, then I do not know what to call it.
[The White House] faces today an unappealing choice: either intervene [in Venezuela] directly or wait for the situation to slowly rot.
[Daniel] Ortega has endangered the peace and economy [of Nicaragua] with repression.
The criminal element in Venezuela makes it more difficult to achieve a negotiated solution to the current crisis.
There should be no foreign military forces to end the usurpation; that responsibility belongs to us, the democratic Venezuelans
The gravity of what is happening in Venezuela, the almost nullified guarantee of respect for the most basic of rights of human beings as life itself, reminds me of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S.