This U.S. election cycle has forced us Venezuelan-Americans to face the complexities of belonging, even if it triggers memories we’d love to leave behind, even if some people don’t want us to speak up
Are things better in Caracas? New business has sprouted, traffic jams are back, people are getting ready for Christmas, and no one talks about politics. Here’s a stab at understanding what’s going on.
Stung by fresh U.S. sanctions, Maduro decided to strike back against Guaidó. But how? The best he could come up with is making it hard for Guaidó to use money he’s rendered worthless, and property he’s rendered meaningless.
We interviewed Juan Requesens a few days before he was snatched from home by the government's intelligence police. There's still no information of the young legislator's whereabouts.
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