Dialogue in Mexico is apparently taking shape with an UN-controlled humanitarian fund and a cloudy route for acceptable elections in 2024. We try to make sense of the new landscape
We’re already seeing some changes after Musk’s takeover. What are the dangers of this new Twitter for Venezuelan users, and how can we adapt?
Per the signing of the latest Mexico agreement, OFAC issued a license allowing Chevron and its JVs to perform certain activities and transactions in Venezuela
Is someone pushing the narrative of Venezuela's recovery online? The expression "Venezuela se arregló" went from meme to mantra, and it serves chavismo a little too well
If the Biden administration ceases to support the figure of the caretaker president as it’s expected, it would have an impact on Venezuelan assets abroad, migration, and justice for human rights violations
If the Biden administration lures Maduro back to the negotiation table with the opposition, chavismo could gain a lot, but the U.S. can find a way to leave the scene with some dignity
Given that the board of authorities of the National Electoral Council won’t organize the election of the opposition’s presidential candidate for 2024, the alliance appointed an independent group to play referee. But it’s already giving signs of being controlled by the G4
The Biden administration is using a measure created during the Trump presidency to deport to Mexico all Venezuelan migrants who are stopped after illegally entering the country by land. Another announcement promotes sponsored arrival under a list of conditions
The prisoner exchange between the Maduro regime and the Biden administration revealed the extent to which the political forces that are supposed to handle Venezuelans’ interests handed that job over to Washington
Primero Justicia chose a new president and, for the first time in its history, it’s a woman, María Beatriz Martínez. Whether this is just a gesture or a real sign of renovation is one of the subjects of this conversation
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