All posts tagged "Venezuela"
Odds of military coup in Venezuela rise every day Maduro stays in office
'Analysts worldwide are already debating whether a coup against Maduro – with or without U.S. backing – would be good or bad for Venezuelan democracy'
- Posted February 1, 2019
Gov. Rosselló signs declaration with former Caracas mayor for ‘reconstruction of Venezuela’
Once approved by U.S. government, commission 'will acquire full international legal effect,' meet Oct. 20-21 in San Juan
- Posted October 2, 2018
For poor Venezuelans, a box of food may sway vote for Maduro
CLAP boxes a 'powerful weapon' against Washington 'economic war'
- Posted March 12, 2018
Venezuelans scramble to survive as merchants demand dollars
Strict exchange controls severely limit access to dollars and a black market in hard currency has spread in response
- Posted December 26, 2017
The silent creditor group in Venezuela’s debt crisis: Venezuelans
Of the $60 billion in outstanding bonds, $14 billion estimated to be held by Venezuelans, though a significant portion of that is believed to be in the hands of state institutions
- Posted December 8, 2017
China makes no offer of debt relief for Venezuela
Venezuela owes China $23 billion.
- Posted November 16, 2017
Trump singles out Venezuela for criticism in UN speech
Calls it a threat to democratic principles
- Posted September 19, 2017
UN report urges rights council to address Venezuela violence
Cites 'systematic use of excessive force'
- Posted August 30, 2017
US sanctions to pile misery on moribund Venezuelan economy
Inflation results in prices that are out of reach for the vast majority of poor Venezuelans
- Posted August 29, 2017
Trump administration imposes sweeping sanctions on Venezuela
Prohibit American financial institutions from providing new money to the government or the state oil company, among other measures
- Posted August 25, 2017