La Via Campesina In Venezuela: A Mission For The Brotherhood, Solidarity And Truth Of The People

By Staff, -

Today, Venezuela is the target of a hybrid and multidimensional (economic, financial, diplomatic, media and military) aggression, which is seriously impacting the life of the country and its [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Venezuela, China Have Signed More Than 500 Bilateral Agreements

By Staff, -

Venezuela's Foreign Affairs Minister said that the "comprehensive strategic partnership with China is necessary to diversify the Venezuelan economy." Venezuela's Foreign Affairs Minister Jorge [...]

Jan. 22 – Day Of Action To Support Venezuelan Embassy Protectors

By Embassy Protectors Defense Committee, -

As we approach the Embassy Protectors’ trial, currently scheduled for February 11, 2020, both sides are filing documents relevant to the trial. These will be argued at the next court hearing on [...]

The World Must End The US’ Illegal Economic War

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

The United States is relying more heavily on illegal unilateral coercive measures (also known as economic sanctions) in place of war or as part of its build-up to war. In fact, economic sanctions [...]

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 [...]

Our Responsibility As Citizens Of Empire

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

The United States reached a new height of recklessness on January 3 when the military assassinated Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandes in Iraq, igniting [...]

Venezuela: Guaido Replaced As Parliament Head

By Lucas Koerner and Ricardo Vaz, Venezuelanalysis. -

Caracas, VZ - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido was handed a defeat Sunday in his bid to secure reelection as president of the country’s National Assembly (AN). With the votes of [...]

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 [...]