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Third round of dialogue process between Venezuelan government and opposition concludes

The recent round of dialogue and negotiation process between the Venezuelan government and the platform of far-right opposition forces began amid conflict with the mediator Norway and concluded without reaching significant agreements

ICC prosecutor plans to exclude US from Afghan war crimes probe and other stories

Today we look at the possible exclusion of the U.S. from an ICC war crimes probe in Afghanistan, an appeal to the EU by rights groups to address rights violations in Saudi Arabia, and more

Mexico to host talks between Venezuela’s government and opposition

The negotiation talks are crucial as they could provide for a gradual lifting of the US sanctions against Venezuela and its leaders

Dollarization in Venezuela causes a boom in imported goods stores

The private sector sidesteps blockade and replaces the State in supplying goods

War on Venezuela part 2 Explained: War on Venezuela (Part 2)

In the second part of this explainer series, we will be focussing on the impact of the sanctions that were imposed in 2019.

“Political racism is why West has not given a chance to Venezuelan process”

Venezuelan ambassador to Ecuador, Carol Delgado Arria, talked to Peoples Dispatch about how political racism has affected the treatment of Venezuela and Bolivarian leaders such as Hugo Chávez and Nicolás Maduro.

Nicolas Maduro A bigger case for US crimes against humanity than for a Venezuelan home grown crisis

If the farce of a Venezuelan homegrown crisis is debunked, it might make way for the leveling of charges of crimes against humanity against US in the International Criminal Court

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