Should conditions for a free and fair election with international observation be given (or something close to it), Venezuelans abroad must vote, and we must start addressing the issues that need to be resolved as early as possible
After Rodolfo Hernández's successful TikTok strategy to get himself in the final showdown for the Colombian presidency, every Latin American politician has been looking at the platform for a political miracle. Here are some do's and don'ts, with examples
The opposition alliance PUEDE announced it will organize the election of a unitary candidate in 2023, preparing for the presidential election supposed to happen in 2024. The way this primary evolves could be critical for survival of non-chavista parties
Anchored in the nostalgia of power, the opposition has fought fiercely to gain control of the UCV student movement. Although it’s a legitimate struggle to capture new leaders, the strategy pushes university students further away
As we finally come face-to-face with the ghost of sanction relief, let’s see where do the different factions of the Venezuelan opposition stand in the matter... and what is their actual sphere of influence
We’ve been able to hang on for 19 years in one of the craziest media landscapes in the world. Now, the difficulty level was raised abruptly with the global pandemic. We’ve seen different media outlets in Venezuela (and abroad) cutting personnel to avoid closing shop. This is something we’re looking to avoid at all costs, and it seems we will. But your collaboration goes a long way in helping us weather the storm.