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Preliminary Agreement in the Dominican Republic: Shock, Rough Edges for Venezuela's Opposition

The dialogue started by President Nicolás Maduro represents a key episode in Chavismo's policy aimed at disarming incipient war.

Apollo Global – Vulture Fund and Promoter of Sanctions

According to investigations by Venezuela's Attorney General’s office, Apollo Global Management was contracted to refinance part of US$4 billion of Citgo's debt in exchange for the offer of an oil refinery as collateral in a deal regarded as damaging to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Four Effects of the Blockade Against Venezuela

The financial blockade directly affects routine international payments for goods and services.

Key Points on Venezuelan Dialogue in the Dominican Republic

The big problem for the dialogue negotiations is the inability of the anti-Chavismo forces to unite around a common position enabling them to comply with a possible agreement.

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.