There is a long history of Washington meddling in the affairs of Venezuela
I believe there is still a chance to prevent a full on civil war in Venezuela, but concessions must be made by both sides, starting with a return to rule of law.
It was nearly nine o’clock that Wednesday December 17, 2014 when I saw a tweet by Rene Gonzalez, one of the five…
Snowden has revealed the extensive espionage and penetration of the NSA in Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, PDVSA, the lifeblood of the South American nation and fuel of Chavez’s Bolivarian revolution
It all began in 1835 when the British Empire sent a German-born naturalist and explorer to conduct geographical research in the South American territory it had colonized and named British Guiana. In the course of his explorations, a map was drawn that well-exceeded the original western boundary first occupied by the Dutch and later passed to British control.
What appears to be a centuries-old struggle for control over a sliver of land in Northeastern South America is actually a front for regime change
While Cuba celebrates the reopening of its Embassy in Washington, the struggle continues to end the US blockade and normalize relations
If the Obama administration truly wants to be a regional partner, then it will have to accept and respect what Latin America has become: strong, united and bonded by a collective political vision of independence and integration
The U.S. has a substantial history of aggression toward Venezuela
Interview about the Western backed resistance groups in Venezuela and how there is a coup happening in real time