In the hope of understanding the news of failed armed incursions allegedly led by a former Green Beret, let’s put some events together to see them in the light of what we really know
As the pandemic overwhelmed chavismo’s central power, governors and mayors start taking different approaches to deal with the emergency
The general coordinator of human rights NGO Provea describes the methods used by the regime to use the COVID-19 pandemic to its advantage
When the first two cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the country, police and military forces started special deployment protocols to prevent the spread of the virus. Over time, this has relaxed, although it’s a whole different story at the border.
Although Venezuela has very strong women in politics, there are many more who are excluded. We need to work for a female perspective in the Venezuelan political process.
These are the highlights of our Political Risk Report (PRR) published on Friday, April 17th.
Governments are showing what they’re made of when facing this pandemic: Maduro's regime intensifies social control using violence and technology.
In extremely polarized nations, such as Venezuela, where reality is the first fatality, COVID-19 provides the opportunity for both Guaidó and Maduro's sides to gain (or completely lose) credibility.
Handling a global pandemic is uncharted territory for every country in the world. In Venezuela, the luxury of a coherent and unified response is just one of many we don’t have.
In today's PRR Highlights: Defections in the Armed Forces, new agreements on the table, and there's little hope of ending the gas shortage.
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