We all wish that the Mexico talks put Venezuela back on the path of sustainable and equitable progress. In order to be successful, the political negotiation demands more female representatives and their perspectives
Believe or not, there are reasons for both sides to include human rights in the Mexico talks. Tamara Taraciuk makes the case
During all these years of political decline, many experts have been working on how to rebuild our democracy. Here’s one take based on a feasible scenario: the negotiations producing a cohabitation government
Román Duque Corredor, former Magistrate cleared up some of the things Jorge Rodríguez said and highlighted how meaningful it was that Maduro’s regime accepted to discuss its own governability by signing the agreement memo.
On August 13th, 2021, chavismo and the opposition begin a new attempt at political dialogue. The regime wants sanctions relief; the opposition, elections. Let’s remember the milestones of a frustrating history of talks
The past two years have been of deep transformation for Venezuela. Ahead of a new negotiation cycle, here’s where we stand today
In the incipient negotiations, there must be a seat for those who can really help improve living conditions for most Venezuelans
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