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May 23, 2017 0 Comments

HUMIRE: As Venezuela Inches Toward Syria-Style War, U.S. Weapons Are Not the Answer Articles / Opinion Editorials


For months the protests in Venezuela have been escalating and, last week, The Miami Herald revealed an audio recording suggesting that military snipers could be used against the Venezuelan protesters.

The implications of such an action would undoubtedly be an escalation of force in an already violent situation. Such lethal force by the military on Venezuelans could provoke the opposition to seek weapons and other arms to defend themselves.

Undoubtedly, they would turn to the U.S. for support. The Trump administration should not listen.

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May 9, 2017 0 Comments

Inseguridad: ¿por dónde empezar? Articles / Opinion Editorials

Authors: Dardo López-Dolz

Se debe tomar por las astas al toro carcelario

No es maduro escudarse en que los altos niveles de inseguridad se han generado por culpa compartida ni es inteligente seguir cometiendo los mismos errores. Solo los tontos insisten en obtener resultados diferentes haciendo más de lo mismo.

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May 5, 2017 0 Comments

Things Fall Apart in Venezuela, With Repercussions Felt in China Articles / Opinion Editorials


As Venezuela sinks into turmoil and destitution, there are signs it may all end with a thunderous bang and not a whimper. Venezuela, China’s largest client in Latin America, could become the continent’s Syria or North Korea problem, and China may be drawn in more than it ever intended. Reading the cards is a distressing ordeal.

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