Venezuela: more than a brutal regime it’s an evil revolution that must be stopped

Venezuela: more than a brutal regime it’s an evil revolution that must be stopped

The Venezuelan crisis has become the worst humanitarian crisis in the Western Hemisphere, with more than 3 million people fleeing the country in the last few years. As conditions in the country worsen, more Venezuelans a

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Hugo Chavez, The Spectre

Hugo Chavez, The Spectre

With 4 million Venezuelans leaving the country since Hugo Chavez was elected just 20 years ago, we're witnessing the Western Hemisphere's worst humanitarian crisis in recent times.  Neighboring countries

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Situation Report: Crisis in Venezuela

Situation Report: Crisis in Venezuela

August 2017 -- Venezuela has started to garner international attention as the country's political situation continues to deteriorate, shining a spotlight on the oft-neglected country and its internal unrest.The U.S

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Sobre el chavismo

Sobre el chavismo

La dictadura no va a caer con protestas pacíficas Hay circunstancias en las que la política y la economía debieran aprender de la medicina. Para resolver definitivamente un problema y evitar que se prolongue en el ti

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Obama’s Wrong: Cuba Belongs on the Terrorism List

Obama’s Wrong: Cuba Belongs on the Terrorism List

After US President Barack Obama made his announcement regarding the new US policy on Cuba late last year, Havana’s eventual removal from the government’s list of states that sponsor terrorism became a fait accompli.

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Watch Correa, not Castro at Americas summit: Column

Watch Correa, not Castro at Americas summit: Column

As three dozen world leaders meet in Panama, April 10 to 11 for the 7th Summit of the Americas, conventional wisdom is to watch Barack Obama and Raul Castro. After all, this is Cuba's first attendanc

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The Beginning of the End for Venezuela’s Al Capone

The Beginning of the End for Venezuela’s Al Capone

An economy crippled by inefficiency and streets flooded with crime have long marred Caracas and the rest of Venezuela. Over the years, corruption has paved the way for organized crime to overrun the Bolivarian Republic,

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Venezuela’s Lawlessness Fueling Protests

Venezuela’s Lawlessness Fueling Protests

When British citizen, Thomas Henry Berry and his ex-wife, Monica Spear, travelled to Venezuela for a vacation early in the new year, they hoped to spend time enjoying the beautiful sights and sunsets of Spear's distant h

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