Guaidó’s financial assistance from the Foreign Office undermines the government’s persistent claims that the case was not political and just a matter for the Bank of England and the courts, writes John McEvoy.
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Guaidó is Gone But London Keeps the Gold
The U.K. stripped the assets of a foreign state and transferred them to political actors engaged in regime change, John McEvoy reports. The result has been a form of collective punishment for people in Venezuela.
Venezuela Condemns US Senate Passage of ‘Bolivar Act’
The Maduro government called the legislation “a violation of economic freedoms and a serious offense to the Venezuelan people.”
Colombia & Venezuela to Reopen Border
Diplomatic relations between the two nations were broken in February 2019 after Colombia’s former president recognized Juan Guaidó, the self-proclaimed “president,” as Venezuela’s legitimate leader.
Mexico Rebukes Biden on Invite List to Americas Summit
Speaking from Havana on Sunday, López Obrador also vowed to continue pushing the U.S. to lift its 60-year embargo on Cuba.
Biden Vacillates as Venezuela’s Maduro Gains Ground
Now that Cold War II has set in, Steve Ellner says Caracas’ strategic alliance with Moscow has become a greater priority for Washington.
What is Next for Washington After Its Failed Venezuela Strategy?
It’s come out in the open now in Washington that the Trump administration’s Venezuela policy is an embarrassing failure but will the next administration wise up, or double down?, asks Steve Ellner.
Bolton Weaves a Tall Tale in His Venezuela Chapter
Four major sanctions over 10 months that crippled the Venezuelan economy are hardly indicative of an administration that, in Bolton’s words “vacillated and wobbled,” writes Leonardo Flores.
Trump’s Second Thoughts on Juan Guaido are Not Enough
After the president’s change of heart on Venezuela, and the waning of Juan Guaidó and his party, the entire Washington political establishment have a lot of explaining to do, says Steve Ellner.
Guaidó’s Contract on Venezuela’s President Mirrors Trump Administration Bounty
The self-declared interim president’s leaked contract with mercenary firm Silvercorp USA targets in common with a DEA hit list, Alan MacLeod reports.