Can the World Help Venezuela Save Itself?

The United States, Colombia, Cuba and other Caribbean countries want to stabilize Venezuela’s oil exports and to prevent an escalation of violence, a breakdown of order and further floods of refugees.

¡Presidente Trump, no mate a la OEA!

La OEA se ha convertido en la mejor opción de la región para restablecer la democracia en Venezuela desde el nombramiento del Secretario General de la OEA, Luis Almagro

The OAS and Venezuela: is that it?

Did I miss something? After the big build-up to the June 23 meeting of the Permanent Council convened by Secretary General Luis Almagro, the event didn’t even end with a whimper: it ended with lunch. No vote

The Venezuela test

Why Latin American governments refuse to stick up for democracy? one answer could be Latin American diplomats worry that suspending Venezuela from the OAS would not restore democracy.

OAS General Assembly opens with focus on Venezuela

The 46th Organization of American States General Assembly opened on Tuesday with the focus on Venezuela’s political crisis and the dire financial condition of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, or IACHR.

OAS: Save Human Rights Body

If OAS member countries don’t address this financial crisis, it will cast serious doubts on their commitment to human rights.

Uruguay's ruling Broad Front coalition divided over Venezuela

The strong 16 pages long letter sent by OAS (Organization of American States) secretary general Luis Almagro to Venezuelan electoral officials calling for transparency, international observers and freeing political prisoners, ahead of December 6 legislative elections, triggered an immediate furious insulting reaction from Venezuela's strongman Diosdado Cabello

The OAS House of Cards

Human-Rights Abuses Place Legitimacy on a Precipice. Civil-society groups from several countries, especially Cuba and Venezuela, will remind the heads of state about the Inter-American Democratic Charter.