Tag Archives | Destabilization in Venezuela

  • Former president of the National Assembly and opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, during a rally at the Central University of Venezuela in 2019, in Caracas, Venezuela. | Photo: EFE/ Rayner Peña R.

    U.S. to continue using Guaido to rob Venezuelan assets abroad

    The continuation of the Trump administration’s aggressive policies toward Venezuela by the Biden administration is reflected in the recent meeting between the new U.S. Secretary of State and Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó.

  • Venezuelan and American flag

    A review of U.S. media coverage on Venezuela

    The major international media aren’t interested in fulfilling the promise of social justice and participatory democracy: they want a U.S. intervention, supporting the right-wing of the opposition, despite its violently anti-democratic record.

  • Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez

    Venezuela responds to Pence

    Responding to the United States vice president’s recent statements that “democracy is undermined” in Venezuela, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez strongly rejected Pence’s claims.

    The Bolivarian leaders denounced the plan to destabilize Venezuela as “imperialist,” saying that the “extremism” and “militarism” of the U.S is a “serious threat to humanity.”