Venezuelans stranded on the other side of the closed Colombian border are torn between the desire to see their families again, and fear of regime violence.
Venezuela Aid Live brought up the best of people, regardless of which side of the border they come from, while it helped to make our problems visible to the world. But the event, from that marginalized, strange place, also showed the strength we Venezuelans have built, even under the threat of war.
Confusion is rife over what exactly National Assembly Speaker Guaidó really said at today’s “Cabildo” assembly. No, he did not proclaim himself president. Yes, he said he’s ready to do so. Soon. And called for protests.
Designer Manuel Lara has a special knack for looking at the ravishing Caracas all around us that we barely stop to notice.
From the Cordonazo de San Francisco to Leopoldo López’s arrest, a stroll through the images that defined the second decade of revolution.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies got a crew of sharp minds, including our very own Alejandro Machado, together to talk about how important the Venezuelan diaspora will be in rebuilding our country from abroad.
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