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US Pressures, Threatens Against Venezuela Debt Restructuring

The U.S. Treasury has organized an assault via U.S. banks withholding notes of credit U.S. oil refineries need to be able to pay for Venezuela's crude oil.

China and Russia: Digging the US Dollar's Grave

China and Russia do not seek to attack the dollar to destroy it, but to create an independent alternative reserve currency for other nations.

Differences Between Venezuela Fighting Corruption and the US

For Venezuela, fighting corruption is a crucial battle to guarantee the strength of the state.

Why the PSUV Winning Miranda Is Important

Miranda, a strategic Venezuelan state that was for a very long time controlled by the political opposition, is now governed by Héctor Rodríguez of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV). A few key points explain why it is of such vital importance that the PSUV won Miranda from the opposition Justice First party.

Why Are Venezuela's Regional Elections So Crucial?

The regional elections (Governor and States Legislative Council) are a key importance issue in Venezuela’s current political situation. We might be tempted to treat them as trivial if they were just new elections after so many others. But that's not what they are.

Venezuelan Refugees in Colombia?

From Colombia millions of people arrived in Venezuela, fleeing political and paramilitary violence.

US Congress Asks Pentagon to Prepare to Intervene in Venezuela

Inside the United States, the War Party continues preparations for a "humanitarian" intervention in Venezuela.

Trump's Sanctions Against Venezuela: Blame Julio Borges

Julio Borges is the leader of the opposition-controlled National Assembly.

Hurricanes Expose the Real Politics in the Caribbean

What Hurricanes Reveal About Humane and Inhumane Politics

Events must be considered from different perspectives. On the one hand, there is the reactions of nature itself to what has been consistently denounced as "climate change", the result of pernicious actions of the system within the framework of the industrial capitalist model against the planet. Then there is the  action of governments in affected countries, as well as those which, without having been affected, have assumed either a passive or active role in response to the crisis.