International pressure on Venezuela is mounting as the country’s strongman, Nicolás Maduro, clamps down.
The alliance between Cuba and Venezuela has weakened in recent years. Donald Trump could inadvertently restore it.
While the opposition demands a presidential recall, Nicolás Maduro declares a state of emergency.
Chaos may be in store if oil-dependent countries lash out to distract from failed economic policies.
Venezuela’s opposition now controls parliament, but the path ahead is far from straightforward.
After sixteen years in power, Venezuela’s revolutionary socialists look vulnerable.
If Venezuela provokes a war with one of its neighbors, it will draw the ire of the United States.
Rather than recognize the errors of his mentor, Nicolás Maduro resorts to totalitarian measures.
Hugo Chávez’ successor seems oblivious to his own government’s responsibility.
The uprisings may look similar, but only a superficial analysis would conclude they are.
The president promises to use his special powers to crack down on “bourgeois parasites.”
A narrow election victory casts doubt on the ruling party’s ability to hold onto power.