Venezuela: Juan Guaido’s Reasons For An International Tour

By Marco Teruggi, Pagina 12, translation, Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau -

Venezuelan legislator Juan Guaido’s international tour has raised eyebrows and expectations among coup monger sectors in the country once again. The series of photographs coming out, first with [...]

Giuliani Told U.S. His Client Deserves Leniency For Financing Venezuela’s Opposition

By Aram Roston, Matt Spetalnick, and Brian Ellsworth, -

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - At a lavish August gathering at a private estate in Spain, a wealthy Venezuelan businessman under criminal investigation in the United States introduced Rudy Giuliani, [...]

Demonstrators Call For Juan Guaidó To Be “Put On Trial”, Not Legitimised By UK Government

By Mohamed Elmaazi, -

Venezuelan opposition figure Juan Guaidó led a US-backed coup attempt in Venezuela in 2019 after declaring himself "interim president" of the country. Guaidó also backed US sanctions on his [...]

Glenn Greenwald Faces Possible Imprisonment By Bolsonaro Regime

By Ilana Novick, -

When Edward Snowden was an anonymous National Security Agency subcontractor with documents revealing the existence of global surveillance programs, Glenn Greenwald, then at The Guardian, was [...]

In Venezuela, Reactionary Guaidó Humiliated By Assembly Defeat

By John Catalinotto, -

The self-appointed “interim president” of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, received a humiliating setback in that country’s National Assembly vote on Jan. 5. He was deposed as leader of the parliamentary [...]

“Where Are The US Dollars?”: Suspected Corruption Over Guaidó Splits Opposition In Venezuela.

By Fania Rodrigues, -

Since coming to the presidency of the National Assembly of Venezuela in January 2019, Congressman Juan Guaidó has implemented a series of actions against the government of Nicolás Maduro that [...]

Poll Shows Nicaraguans Have Consigned The Coup To The Dustbin Of History

By Chuck Kaufman, -

The latest poll by independent M&R Consultants covering the last quarter of 2019, shows that less than two years after the failed coup attempt of April-July, 2018, the Sandinista government, led [...]

“The International Communications University Is Born”

By Mario Hernández, Rebelion, translation, Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau -

I was invited to the International Communication Encounter that brought together about 140 popular communicators, counter-information analysts, and alternative media outlets from around the world [...]

Bolivia’s New Right-Wing Government Intensifies Crackdown On Journalists, Doctors

By Alan Macleod, -

The U.S.-backed right-wing coup government of Jeanine Añez continues its moves against media and other dissenting voices. The latest victim of the crackdown was Marcelo Hurtado, president of [...]

‘Killing His Own People’ – Previous Regime-Change Lies And Their Consequences

By Gavin O'Reilly, -

Prior to his assassination in a US Drone strike in Baghdad last Friday, Qasem Soleimani would perhaps not have been the most well-known of figures amongst Western onlookers, despite the crucial [...]

This Might Be The Final Episode Of Juan Guaidó’s Surreal Venezuela Regime-Change Reality Show

By Leonardo Flores, -

Fistfights and screaming matches broke out at Venezuela’s National Assembly on January 5, when the legislative body was scheduled to elect its leader. But the melee was not what the corporate US [...]

Venezuela: Five Coup Attempts By Opposition Foiled In 2019

By Marco Teruggi, -

Five major violent right-wing operations in Venezuela were put out of commission in 2019. That explains, in part, why the country is ending the year with a tranquility that many find surprising. [...]

Crisis & Critique: Venezuela, A Paradox Of Stability?

By Ociel Lopez, -

For Venezuelans, the start of 2019 was perhaps the tensest moment in the past seventeen years. Unlike the political violence of 2017 and the electoral abstention drama of 2018, we faced a real [...]

Bolivian Electoral Court Rejects Attempt To Annul Evo Morales’ Party From Participating In Elections

By Staff, La Jornada, translation, Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau -

The president of Bolivia’s Supreme Electoral Court, Salvador Romero, has announced he is going to call for general elections before next Monday, January 6th reported local newspaper La Razon. [...]

Left-wing MAS Leads Voting Intentions In Bolivia

By Staff, Pagina 12, translation Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau -

Andronico Rodriguez, member of the Movement to Socialism party (MAS) and considered by many the political heir of ousted president Evo Morales) and right-wing ex-president Carlos Mesa are leading [...]