The diplomat currently languishing in a Miami prison has been vital to Venezuela’s ability to survive the brutal economic war being waged against it, writes Leonardo Flores.
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Hidden Hand of US Blockade Sparks Cuba Protests
The protests should be understood in the context of a brutal economic war waged by the United States against the island nation for more than 60 years, write Medea Benjamin and Leonardo Flores.
Pedro Castillo Poised to Write New Chapter in Peru
His victory will be remarkable not only because he is the son of illiterate peasants and his campaign was grossly outspent, but there was also a relentless propaganda attack against him, write Medea Benjamin and Leonardo Flores.
Biden’s Vision for Venezuela Indistinguishable from Trump’s
It’s about Florida and the 2020 election, writes Leonardo Flores.
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 Hammers Cuba While Cuba Cures the Sick
It’s clear that from now until November, the Trump administration will pummel its island neighbor, write Medea Benjamin and Leonardo Flores.
Trump Admin’s Bounty on Venezuelan President Triggers Explosive Confession of Violent Plot
UPDATED: Washington’s indictment of Maduro and members of his inner circle has backfired and could lead to the arrest of coup leader Juan Guaidó, reports Leonardo Flores.
Latest Episode in Juan Guaidó’s Venezuela Regime-Change Reality Show
Leonardo Flores reports on a farcical scene that was just the latest chapter in an absurdly bungled coup attempt.