When Nika told me about the Maidan protests in 2014, I felt Ukraine and Venezuela were fighting parallel wars. Now I realized how our paths diverged
This is an extract of Friday's Political Risk Report.
Hiking prices of gas and food in the countries home to our migrants, where the global inflation is already cutting expenses, will compromise the amounts of economic to send to Venezuela
While the tension between Moscow and NATO rises every day, we take a look at the depth and extent of the Putin regime’s interest in our country
Sanctions are a tool to achieve political outcomes, not an end in themselves. Make sure to subscribe to Frank's Substack, it's pretty awesome
Being a Venezuelan in the UK, I can’t but notice one thing in common between two so different worlds: the noisy, dirty money from Moscow
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
The Russian politician, who survived a poisoning attempt last summer, has just returned to Russia, knowingly facing imminent imprisonment. He can be seen from afar as some kind of Guaidó, but his path and methods are different
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