Don’t Focus on Regime Change in Venezuela
How Maduro has held on to power, and why what follows him won’t likely be better.
Don’t Let Venezuela’s Government Smear the Opposition’s Brightest Star
Maduro’s autocratic regime is going after María Corina Machado because she is fearless and incorruptible. She needs Washington’s support.
The Ghost of Hugo Chávez Is Haunting Colombia’s Election
Some Colombians fear that their country could go the way of Venezuela.
It’s Time for a Coup in Venezuela
Only nationalists in the military can restore a legitimate constitutional democracy.
In 2018, Chavismo’s Time May Finally Run Out
U.S. policy toward Venezuela is changing — and so are political dynamics in Latin America.
Venezuela Quells Military Uprising, Fires Outspoken Government Critic
The protest-rocked country could face a fresh round of U.S. economic sanctions.
Can Anyone Save Venezuela?
An economic and humanitarian crisis, precipitated by the Maduro regime, has brought Venezuela to the brink of collapse.
Maduro Claims Victory, But Opposition Claims Voter Fraud
Venezuela vote for a Constituent Assembly sparks unrest, draws criticism
Maduro Tells State Employees to Vote in His Constitutional Reform
As Venezuela’s crisis deepens, the regime tries to leverage vulnerable state workers to support its agenda.
How to Avoid a Bloodbath in Venezuela
President Nicolás Maduro won’t go down without a fight. But tightening the screws on his would-be accomplices could help save the country from total collapse.
Tillerson’s Diplomatic Approach in Venezuela is Paying Off
Applying the North Korea playbook to Venezuela would offer a lifeline to the autocrat.
Student Shot and Killed at ‘Mother of All Protests’ in Venezuela
Neighboring countries called for citizens to be allowed to protest peacefully. Those calls went unanswered.
In Venezuela, Young Protester Killed and Opposition Leader Barred From Office
The government is cracking down on protesters and trying to take serious opposition candidates out of the running ahead of the next election.
After Crackdown on Protesters, Venezuela’s Opposition Slams Judges for ‘Coup’ Attempt
The Maduro government seems determined to ride out the latest wave of dissent. The opposition seems determined to make sure it doesn't.
In Venezuela’s Toxic Brew, Failed Narco-State Meets Iran-Backed Terrorism
Venezuela has become a rabidly anti-American failed state that appears to be incubating the convergence of narco-trafficking and jihadism in America’s own backyard.
In Venezuela’s Maduro, Has Trump Finally Found a Strongman He Doesn’t Like?
Trump may be signaling a tougher stance on Venezuela.
At Least Lawmakers in Venezuela Can Agree It’s Wrong to Massacre Civilians
A small sliver of something good from a country in pecuniary and political crisis.
Global Firms Sell Venezuelan Operations as DJ Maduro Criticizes Obama
President Nicolás Maduro will not hold early elections, but he will spin salsa tunes.