The preconditions required by the regime to start the dialogue are clear proof that they are not willing to give an inch
Pueblo People episodes for the week of June 25th.
Investigative journalism outlet El Faro revealed how a group of Venezuelan advisors formed an unofficial ring of influence between President Bukele and his cabinet
In the incipient negotiations, there must be a seat for those who can really help improve living conditions for most Venezuelans
According to the Maduro regime, the Venezuelan armed forces rescued the eight prisoners held by the dissident FARC front that is fighting in Apure. The truth is that they were released after a negotiation in Cuba
Canada could help bring a more flexible Cuba to the Venezuelan negotiating table—and a more flexible Cuba could mean a more flexible Venezuela
It seems that a leader of dissident FARC, a.k.a. Jesús Santrich, was killed in Venezuelan territory. Not a great selling point for the security features of Maduro’s sanctuary for outcasts
A mix of inherited nostalgia for an era they didn’t experience and the ability of the alt-right produced a noisy tribe of young advocates for conservative authoritarianism
Caracas used to have an equidistant stance in the Middle East since the creation of Israel. Chávez flipped our foreign policy and fully aligned with Hamas and Hezbollah
Studying Political Science in the U.S. was my way of coping with the pain of being a hapless spectator to my country’s tragedy. It was an intense ride
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