With Joe Biden leading in the polls and a black woman as his candidate for vice president, what could Venezuelans in and out of the country expect if he defeats Trump in November?
Once again, the adversaries of chavismo face a crossroads: do they take part in the announced illegal parliamentary elections, a trap, or do they just stay aside and wait for a miracle? But things aren’t exactly as they seem
For years, people have asked us for a glossary of terms to understand our posts because of the use and abuse of Venezuelanisms. Here’s a tool to help you chart a course in the confusing waters of Venezuelan politics
Venezuelan waters have been a recent stage for incidents between American and Bolivarian military forces. Could this all escalate into actual, frontal war?
The year is half gone and Maduro’s grip on a devastated land looks secure. The hype surrounding Juan Guaidó is but a dim and distant memory. Is opposition politics even possible in Venezuela in 2020?
Out of desperation for recovering democracy and dignity in our country, some suggest invasions and secession that aren’t actual solutions, but fantasies that deny the reality we’re going through, just like any other chavista myth
The Asian superpower has been building a tight relationship with Venezuela and all of Latin America for years. In 2020, it relaunched the soft power strategy, in the context of the crisis ironically originated in China
Behind the public stance of the American president regarding our country, there are political traditions and demographics that go beyond Venezuelans
Using the TSJ to take over main opposition parties right after appointing the new CNE board of authorities, the regime wiped out the chances of de-escalation and doesn’t expect there will be a price to pay
Behind the end of DirecTV in Venezuela, there’s a 21st century dictatorship desperate to recover a lost channel to spread its message
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