Leamsy Salazar came from glorified soldier in 2002 to famous defector in 2015. Now, he’s the star of a conspiracy theory to discredit the U.S. election where Trump’s legal team already suffered their first casualty
What’s left of the opposition is trying to reignite protests and recover international attention, while the regime goes forward with the legislative elections. This is a snapshot of Venezuelan current politics
What does this election say about the politics of our Florida diaspora in Trump’s favorite state?
The incumbent president lays the groundwork for the MAGAroots to give up on elections altogether. The consequences for U.S. democratic stability could be long-lasting. We saw it in Venezuela
Venezuelan-Americans share how they are experiencing the media storms, the polarization, and their own memories of political unrest in the wake of the U.S. elections
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
This week, we share part of the analysis published in our Political Risk Report with our view on how a Biden administration would deal with Venezuela—and how the Maduro regime would react.
The outcome of the U.S. presidential election could be quite significant for Venezuela. We’ll all be watching the race closely from here to November 3rd. Here’s how to look at those mysterious numbers we lost back home
On the latest analysis from our political risk team, we go through the most likely effects of the report by the UNHRC's International Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela—both in the domestic and international arenas
After a year-long investigation, the United Nations Human Rights Council published its findings on Tuesday, and directly accuses Maduro’s regime of human rights violations
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