The representatives of the caretaker president are critical to build and sustain the pressure on Maduro. But several complications muddle the always troubled waters of the ancient trade of international relations.
Venezuela will receive 9 million dollars from the UN’s CERF. Nicolás denies there’s a crisis, but the UN isn’t blind. Might have taken them a long time and that amount will only go a little way considering how many people are suffering, but hey, hungry Venezuelans will get some relief.
On the same day that chavismo said that Venezuela was the second South American country welcoming more immigrants, Human Rights Watch published a report preaching the hard truth about the horrid Venezuelan migrants crisis.
In a special session this week, Mike Pence’s remarks on the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela became the strongest statement ever issued by an official in the region.
Astrid Cantor, Caracas Chronicles columnist, took to the global stage of the Women in the World Summit to share her experience as a woman and as a doctor struggling in this broken Venezuela.
On International Women’s Day, we examine chavismo calling themselves feminists. It’s like when they call themselves humanitarians: an outright lie.
A blackout left people trapped in the Teleférico de Caracas. Instead of blaming an incompetent government, people called victims “traitors” for trying to live a normal life.
With 19 votes in favor, 8 abstentions and only 5 voted against, the OAS approved a resolution that expresses the region’s growing concern regarding the April 22 elections as well as the humanitarian and human rights crises.
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