The discussion of whether or not inviting Latin America’s most notorious autocracies to the regional talks has highlighted how these governments choke dissenting voices at home
We did a Twitter Space with an expert on security and defense of Russia and Venezuela, Venezuelan-Argentinean analyst Andrei Serbin Pont. Here’s a summary
If you think Venezuela became a frequent subject in American politics, see how populism and corruption has made us a staple in the polarized Spanish scene since 2014, with some effects in our country
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