Venezuelan Democracy Was Strangled by Cuba
Decades of infiltration helped ruin a once-prosperous nation.
What’s Good for Maduro Is Bad for Chavismo
The more atrocities Venezuela’s dictator commits, the less likely his regime is to survive him.
In 2018, Chavismo’s Time May Finally Run Out
U.S. policy toward Venezuela is changing — and so are political dynamics in Latin America.
Is This the End of Chávez’s Venezuela?
Voters in Venezuela are threatening to give Nicolás Maduro's ruling party the boot in Sunday's election — if the Chavistas let them.
Venezuela’s Opposition Is Poised to Win Big — But Maduro Isn’t Done Yet
Venezuelans are fed up with their chavista government. But taking down Maduro will take more than a win at the polls this Sunday.
Curt Schilling and 9 Other Professional Athletes Who Felt the Need to Comment on Politics
Former MLB star Curt Schilling posted controversial tweets about Muslims Tuesday. But he's not the only professional sports star who's dabbled in provocative topics.
For Venezuela, Election Monitoring With a Wink and a Nod
Elections are coming in Venezuela — and President Maduro wants a friendly team from UNASUR to be the only observers.
Venezuela Sets a Date for Change
A desperate hunger strike by Venezuela's best-known political prisoner has pressured the government to call elections.
An Oil Strike in No Man’s Land
A new oil field near Venezuela could be the miracle Maduro was waiting for. There's just one problem — it's in territory claimed by Guyana.
The Curse of Chávez’s Ghost
Nicolás Maduro’s Venezuela is falling apart. Can anything save its oil-starved economy?