By any reasonable definition of the word "tyranny," Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro meets it. His recent reelection was a sham, especially since he banned any opposition candidate or party who would have had any reasonable chance to defeat
There's no dressing it up; socialism has wrecked Venezuela's economy.
Sometimes, even regular journalists, who are used to write about bad stuff as much as writing about good news, face nasty events that have to be documented, registered and broadcasted.
'It wasn't really the vacation I was looking for': Mormon missionary, 26, jokes with President Trump as he and his family profusely thank him in the Oval Office after he helped secure his release from Venezuelan prison
Colombia will be the first "global partner" of NATO in Latin America, beginning next week, President Juan Manuel Santos announced Friday.
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One day after Nicolas Maduro won another six-year term as Venezuela's president in a vote that western countries denounced as illegitimate and which the opposition boycotted,
Analysis from Foreign Policy Review and the Miami Herald indicate the likelihood that China and Russia will continue to pay for a lot of influence in Venezuela and will build on existing relationships.
Whether it was a defiant act of protest, or the grim realization that nothing would change, Venezuelans appeared to skip Sunday's presidential elections en masse.
Venezuela - Nicolas Maduro won another six-year term overwhelmingly by a two-thirds majority - far greater than polls predicted, turnout disappointing at less than 50%.
Venezuela - Western media have been hostile to Bolivarian social democracy from inception - supporting privileged interests and hardline rule exclusively.
Venezuela - Incumbent Nicolas Maduro is favored to win - challenged by Chavista turncoat Henri Falcon and businessman/evangelical pastor Javier Bertucci.
Editor's Note: We've all heard the saying, "Hindsight is 20/20." In this article, Jose looks back at the collapse of Venezuela and creates his dream retreat that would have allowed his family to thrive safely during the difficult times. In hi
We've all heard the saying, "Hindsight is 20/20." In this article, Jose looks back at the collapse of Venezuela and creates his dream retreat that would have allowed his family to thrive safely during the difficult times. In his retrospect, we
Venezuela - Nikki Haley is an imperial emissary - opposing world peace and social justice, promoting wars of aggression and US rage for global hegemony.
Military officers are joining the exodus of Venezuelans to Colombia and Brazil, fleeing barracks and forcing President Nicolas Maduro's government to call upon retirees and militia to fill the void.
A luxury hotel, offering breathtaking views of Caracas and the Caribbean coast, will be accepting payments in Petro, Venezuela's national cryptocurrency. According to President Maduro, the renovated Humboldt hotel is going to be the first seven-sta
Encourages Mining Farms
They say nothing lasts forever. But sometimes, I know there are situations that seem to be eternal, and that is how it has seemed during the collapse of Venezuela.
Venezuela has offered India a 30-percent discount on crude oil purchases, but only if India agrees to pay in El Petro, the cryptocurrency that Venezuela is touting as the first national digital currency backed by crude oil reserves, the Indian outlet
When Yolanda Abreu got her check for severance pay after five years working as a cardiologist, she let out a laugh of sheer disbelief: it was barely enough for a cup of coffee.
The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has announced the end of the pre-sale for the Petro, the country's "cryptocurrency". He claims it has raised the equivalent of over 3 billion dollars. Maduro has also certified 16 crypto exchanges he
The government of Venezuela has taken action against two cryptocurrency exchange operators in the country. Both of them allow customers to convert between a number of cryptocurrencies and bolivars and send remittances abroad.
That's right--Venezuela created its own national crypto, possibly to circumvent U.S. sanctions.
The face of philanthropy and charity is changing thanks to the blockchain. The power to affect positive change in this world is no longer centralized among the few, but spread out among the many.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro became on Saturday the first foreign leader to meet with Cuba's Miguel Diaz-Canel since he became president of the communist-run island this week, underscoring the importance of the Venezuelan-Cuban alliance.
Looking back, there were warning signs. First, let me tell you what life used to be like before the Venezuelan economic collapse.
The intention of this article will be to describe how the prices went wild, and what you could expect in a hyperinflation scenario. Perhaps softer, or perhaps worse, that is not possible to know for an amateur like me, not being an economist. But som