• Why has Venezuela's opposition struggled to spark change?

    At the beginning of 2016, there seemed such promise for opposition politicians in Venezuela, but little was achieved. Can 2017 be different?

  • Venezuela’s opposition needs to pull itself together

    This political alliance requires a lot of transparency among its members in order to be effective at political level. It is very difficult, not to say impossible, that all its decisions are taken unanimously

  • Venezuela's apocalypse: The media at war

    In one of the more headache-inducing video clips in recent memory, Fox Business Network presents us with its version of the current crisis in Venezuela - where economic mismanagement under the leadership of President Nicolas Maduro has converged with a drop in global oil prices to produce runaway inflation and a shortage of basic goods. 

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    Venezuela: New judges assigned to the Supreme Court

    The opposition, with this action, has created a parallel court despite various warnings from the government

  • The challenges facing Peru’s new president

    Pedro Pablo Kuczynski will have to work with a powerful opposition. Disagreement over the fate of a former president may get in the way

  • Six reasons why Argentina's Macri is off to a good start

    Mauricio Macri ended his first month in office with key victories: Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s opposition party is divided as Argentina is shifting away from Kirchner’s support for dictators and rights abusers

  • Manipulation of Venezuelan constituent

    Manipulation of Venezuelan constituent results?

    President Maduro continues with the National Constituent Assembly process despite accusations of fraud and international rejection

  • Lessons from the September 1 Protest Rally in Venezuela

    The reality of Venezuela demanded a recall referendum as the path to be followed, since a constitutional amendment was blocked by the judges of the Government making up the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice.

  • Chavismo Full Circle

    Any dialogue that occurs should not be seen as an alternative to the referendum but should focus primarily on restoring the people’s right to choose their leaders

  • Anticipating the Collapse of Venezuela

    The question for businessmen and governments with a stake in the deteriorating situation in Venezuela is no longer if the regime of Nicholas Maduro will come to a premature end, but under what circumstances.

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