What has happened in the year since Juan Guaidó declared himself president of Venezuela?
The Trump administration is pursuing catastrophe to protect U.S. dominance.
Peoples Dispatch spoke with sociologist Marco Teruggi about the agreement to hold elections in Bolivia and the implications of the coup for the continent
Former arms industry executive Charles Kupperman has stepped in as interim national security advisor, symbolizing the essential continuity in US foreign policy even in the age of Donald Trump
Colombian president Ivan Duque accused authorities of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela of aiding the latest FARC dissident group. Venezuela is organizing military exercises in the light of Duque’s allegations
Plans allegedly included the assassination of President Maduro.
In the second part of this explainer series, we will be focussing on the impact of the sanctions that were imposed in 2019.
Guaido’s representative in the US, Carlos Vecchio, is also being accused of fraud in CITGO worth US $70 million.
We take a look at the sanctions that have been imposed on the country and the debilitating impact these measures have on the lives of the people.
The four remaining activists who were protecting the Venezuelan Embassy with authorization from the Venezuelan government were arrested by the police this morning
For months now, US has been considering military intervention in Venezuela in Guaido’s favor, a prospect that the latter has welcomed in his bid to oust Maduro.
Clashes outside the Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC are continuing with Juan Guaido supporters growing increasingly hostile and violent.