The six finalists, from Mosul, Caracas, and the desperate flight of the Rohingya.
All the first lady’s nephews wanted to do was raise a few million dollars in a cocaine deal. Many members of the Venezuelan regime’s elite were doing it. What could go wrong?
Many Venezuelans can no longer afford beef or chicken. The government tried to make them eat rabbits. But no. Some invade zoos to carve up buffalo and horses. And many go hungry.
Tough sanctions on Venezuela’s national oil company will hit the Maduro regime hard, and may save the Venezuelan people.
The list of international players that have wrung their hands about Maduro’s tyranny, but failed to take effective action, is long and shameful. But they are far from powerless.
Donald Trump didn’t cause Venezuela’s disastrous economic woes, but his random war talk is making them even worse.
Venezuelans clearly need outside help, but a U.S. invasion is not the answer, and pretending it might be just plays the Castros’ game.