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Venezuela

The diplomatic outlook for Nicolás Maduro is rather bleak. His recent reelection on May 20 was condemned as a sham by the US, EU, …


Venezuela

You don’t realize how bad it is in Venezuela until you set foot in any other country. Let’s be clear: living in the anguish …


Venezuela

In a last-ditch effort to save the pyramid scheme that is Venezuelan socialism, the government of Venezuela has apparently launched another pyramid scheme. Last …


Interview Venezuela

Wuilly Arteaga is a young Venezuelan violinist who attracted worldwide attention for playing his music in the midst of Venezuela’s massive 2017 anti-government protests. In retaliation, …


Venezuela

Who do you trust to figure out the truth? In Venezuela, a new commission has been formed for that purpose. Wracked by mismanagement and …


Venezuela

On any given afternoon in Palmira, Colombia, one can expect to encounter the regular bustling activity found in a typical city center: commuters making …


Venezuela

With each passing day, the news comes from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is more disturbing. With the distributive socialism of late President Hugo …


Venezuela

The situation in Venezuela is very bad right now. We have had one hundred and twenty days of civic rebellion in the country. We …


Cuba Venezuela

When Hugo Chávez became president in 1998, Venezuela had experienced 40 years of sustained democracy and boasted features like alternation in government, separation of …


Cuba Venezuela

Venezuela and Cuba share the joys of a Carribean climate, the Spanish language, delicious food, and great music. But they also share the five …