It’s clear that the sanctions being imposed by the White House on Nicolás Maduro’s tottering regime in Caracas are forcing him into negotiating with opposition leader Juan Guaidó.
Venezuelan General Ramon Rangel urged the military to rise up against strongman Nicolás Maduro, saying the regime is controlled by the “communist dictatorship” in Cuba.
The failure of Guaido's coup last week has left the neocons embedded in the Trump administration with few options.
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaidó appealed to members of the nation’s army to cease their support for leftist strongman Nicolas Maduro and come over to his side.
The International Red Cross delivered 24 tons of medical supplies and 14 generators to Caracas’ airport bound for Venezuela’s hospitals on Tuesday. Maduro, by allowing this to happen, is essentially admitting the failure of his socialist utopia.
It would be great if Venezuela ousted its socialist dictator, but is it wise for the United States to send troops to get that done?
The United States is attempting to end Cuban and Russian support for the Maduro regime by putting sanctions on Venezuelan ships and companies supplying oil to Cuba.
Maduro is upping the ante in Venezuela, believing that Trump's threat of military intervention to remove him is only a threat.
Socialists should make a short visit to Caracas to see for themselves what they failed to learn from history.
The arrival of fresh Russian troops in Venezuela is sending a message to Washington: "We're not going anywhere."