Since taking the role as President, Nicolas Maduro has led his country into a state of hyperinflation, failed to address the growing humanitarian issues such as the national shortage of food and medical supplies, and has repeatedly sought to oppress civilians by means of violence.
Category Archives: Venezuela
While North Korea, Iran and ISIS will likely remain top priorities in Mr. Trump’s White House, the situation in Venezuela could be a more imminent problem for the incoming President.Read more
The effects of Venezuela’s isolation are felt on everything from visa restrictions to new trading patterns to, of course, the airport.Read more
The retreat of the ‘Pink Tide’, the rise of left-wing governments in Latin America over the past decade, has become clear over the past year and a half. Venezuela now find itself isolated in the hemisphere.Read more
There are three ways Argentina’s Macri will change the South American bloc: by helping finalize the EU-Mercosur trade agreement, by expanding ties with the Pacific Alliance, and by focusing attention on the democratic deficit of its members, primarily in Venezuela.Read more
Asking Cuba to use its influence to persuade Maduro to allow the Venezuelan elections to go forward and to step down thereafter could result in a peaceful, democratic transition and the restoration of economic stability to a troubled people.Read more