Will Maduro’s Feared Paramilitaries Stay Loyal?
Marco Rubio Sets World Abuzz with Cryptic Gaddafi Tweet
The senator's tweet was widely interpreted as a message to Venezuelan President Maduro.
Trans in Venezuela, Struggling for Hope
Most of those who live in 23 de Enero no longer register the lawlessness and suffering. It is an everyday reality, a function of the country they call home.
Socialists Should Take a Stand on Venezuela: Maduro Must Go
Trump's policy is not just to recognize an “interim” president, but to threaten military action against Maduro and impose sanctions that will leave the U.S. owning the starvation.
Trump Admin Weighs a Move Immigration Hawks Will Hate
Team Trump moved to end ‘Temporary Protected Status’ for people from half a dozen countries. Now there’s debate about extending it to Venezuelans—and the pushback has begun.
Venezuela Has Two Presidents—And Now Two D.C. Lobbying Shops
As the battle for political control of Venezuela plays out in Caracas, it appears a parallel fight may take place in Washington.
How Ilhan Omar’s Attempt to Shame Elliott Abrams Backfired
The new committee member’s very rhetorical questions to ‘Mr. Adams’ suggested deep suspicion of America’s foreign affairs, and limited knowledge of them.
Rep. Omar Skewers Elliott Abrams Over Central-American Coups
In a heated exchange, she questioned Abrams’ credibility given his role in the Iran-Contra affair and support for U.S.-backed coups in the '80s.