The impact of sanctions applied to Venezuela’s oil company PdVSA is already beginning to be felt, from drivers in Caracas to Gulf Coast refineries to China’s Communist Party head Xi Jinping and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.
The U.S. Treasury Department announced Monday that it would apply further sanctions on Venezuela’s state-owned oil company in order to starve the Maduro regime of income.
The White House has officially recognized National Assembly leader Juan Guaidó as president of Venezuela, but it will take more than that to oust Marxist dictator Maduro.
The leader of Venezuela’s opposition to President Nicolas Maduro, National Assembly President Juan Guaidó, is receiving support from U.S. and other world leaders.
The Marxist dictatorship of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is likely coming to an end, as the United States is planning to stop buying Venezuelan oil and South American nations are organizing a group to replace the dictator.
Juan Guaidó, the president of Venezuela's National Assembly, called for a mass protest against Marxist President Nicolas Maduro in an attempt to remove him from power.
Venezuela’s Marxist President Nicolás Maduro was sworn in for a second six-year term on Thursday despite his presidency being declared null and void by 13 of Venezuela’s neighbors.
Brazil's new president is not only keeping his campaign promise, he is setting in motion a reversal of Brazil's high crime rate.
Five investment firms holding $380 million of one of Venezuela’s bonds demanded payment of both the principal and unpaid interest on Monday. This could be the beginning of the end for Maduro’s regime.