The opposition has yet to convince the military top brass to switch sides.
It will take outside intervention to remove Venezuela’s president.
The Dutch islands in the Caribbean process between a quarter and a third of Venezuela’s oil exports.
Tone-deaf politicians discredit democracy in Brazil and Venezuela. Chile’s constitutional reforms shows a better way.
Left-wing admirers of Hugo Chávez will not see his heirs for the thugs they have become.
Vladimir Putin might wedge Russian power into South America in hopes of throwing America off balance in Europe.
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.