At least three people have been killed in Venezuela in protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
As dissatisfaction with the government grows, opposition leader needs no reminder of the risks involved in inflaming an already febrile national mood
Venezuela’s steady descent into chaos has repeatedly prompted pundits like me to predict that the authoritarian populist regime founded by Hugo Chávez was doomed to collapse, or be ousted.
Venezuela has put off a reckoning on its tens of billions of dollars in debt, but its ability to avoid a disastrous default will probably require much higher oil prices
Grammy Singers, Governors and Lawmakers All Teargassed in Venezuela Protests, 188 arrested for demonstrating against Venezuelan ruler as helicopters drop teargas on peaceful protestors
A Venezuelan politician seen as a main contender to challenge President Nicolás Maduro in next year’s election has been barred by the government from holding public office for 15 years.
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.
Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay are starting a revision process that could lead to the ousting of Venezuela from the trade group.
Since its defeat during a parliamentary election on December 6 2015, the chavismo regime decided to abandon the electoral path
President Nicolas Maduro asked the supreme court in a late-night speech to review the ruling nullifying the lawmaking body. The court on Saturday released new rulings that appeared to reinstate congress’s authority.
There have been demonstrations in Venezuela after the Supreme Court took over legislative powers from the National Assembly.
Venzuela‘s Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) reported that it will begin a process of control that will define the limits of the immunity for the deputies of the nation’s National Assembly.
The recent signing of Peru and Venezuela to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is just another action that shows why China could lead the economic integration in the years to come
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez denounced the headquarters of the Organization of American States in Washington that OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro of interfering
The history of Latin America and the Caribbean is plagued with dictators. That is why in 2001, the 34 countries of the OAS agreed to and signed the Inter-American Democratic Charter.
Venezuela has stopped publishing money supply data, depriving the public of the best available tool to ascertain soaring inflation in one of the world's worst-performing economies.
El discurso oficial del gobierno venezolano afirma que no hay crisis sino conspiración, que no hay escasez, que no hay hambre.
The embattled administration of President Nicolas Maduro expropriated two bakeries as the Venezuelan government deepened its socialist economic policies.
After decades of irrelevance under previous leaderships, the 34-country OAS has become the region's best option to restore democracy in Venezuela.
The nonprofit Transparency International says it has identified at least 511 companies that are either wholly or majority owned by the government of Venezuela — and 70 percent of them are losing money,
There is a world of difference between the unilateral imposition of sanctions by the United States and the invocation of the O.A.S. democratic charter.
What can be done to halt Venezuela’s implosion, organise a humanitarian rescue and achieve a return to democracy? Radicals in the opposition trusted in a popular uprising.
Bitcoins are increasingly accepted online for buying real-world goods and services. And, unlike the Venezuelan bolivar, the virtual currency has been going up in value.
Congratulations To Bolivarian Socialism - Venezuela's Breakfast Now Costs More Than A Day's Work
The Central Bank of Venezuela says the country is down to just $10.5 billion in foreign reserves. At the same time, Caracas has to meet debt obligations of $7.2 billion this year.
The World Economic Forum, on its Tourism competitiveness ranking of 2015, placed Venezuela as the 110 of 141 countries, just under Albania, Kuwait, Nicaragua and El Salvador. In the same year tourism income reached US$575 million
A mother contemplates how she does her food shopping amid shortages and high inflation in Venezuela: Whatever is cheapest in the season is what her children eat, substituting one thing for another and in much smaller portions than before.
The hard-left policies of his idol Hugo Chavez have left a once-rich nation brutalised, devastated and with 2,200 per cent inflation
President Nicolás Maduro has expelled CNN after accusing the international news outlet of “manipulating” information about Venezuela.
The order adds Tareck El Aissami to the US narcotics "kingpin" sanctions list "for playing a significant role in international narcotics trafficking".
Muchos de nosotros hemos alabado al Papa Francisco por su humildad y su tolerancia por las víctimas de la discriminación que el Vaticano había ignorado durante mucho tiempo, pero es hora de decirle alto y claro: ¡salga de Venezuela!
Many of us have praised Pope Francis for his humbleness and for his tolerance toward victims of discrimination who had long been neglected by the Vatican, but it’s time to tell him loud and clear: Get out of Venezuela.
It seems that leaders of the opposition have reached a consensus on pressing for the regional elections. That is progress. And completing the following steps should not be too complicated for them
The president of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro is working to set up a meeting with Pope Francis in hopes of restarting talks with the Venezuelan opposition.
Venezuela is riding its own wave of the fake news phenomenon. Insisting in its lack of accuracy, President Maduro not only has banned the airing of the miniseries about President Chavez, he has ordered the production of an alternate version
As Venezuela crumbles, the regime digs in
Maduro’s dance of disaster: Nicolás Maduro draws the wrong conclusions from the economic crisis
In the declaration, Celac supports “the process of national dialogue” in Venezuela and encourages the parties to resume good faith conversations with a high degree of “constructive commitment.”
At the beginning of 2016, there seemed such promise for opposition politicians in Venezuela, but little was achieved. Can 2017 be different?
A series of reports highlight how rampant crime and insecurity have spurred Venezuelans to leave their home country