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  • Americans and Cubans deserve better
    Americans and Cubans deserve better

    Americans and Cubans deserve better

    The White House is cracking down on Cuba - again - reverting to a failed policy of Cold War travel restrictions and isolation of the island's one-party, communist state. Americans can travel to Russia and Iran, so why not Cuba?
    Senator Patrick Leahy
  • Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’
    Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’

    Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’

    While the United States wants to get Russia out of Venezuela to safeguard its 'backyard' and restore democracy, Putin is protecting Russia's oil interests while seeking to project Russia as a global superpower. Is there room for agreement?
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    David C Adams
  • Washington Amateur Hour Redux on Venezuela
    Washington Amateur Hour Redux on Venezuela

    Washington Amateur Hour Redux on Venezuela

    Great and powerful nations should have more than ad hoc policies and need to communicate them in a disciplined fashion in order to convey authority. The slapstick miscues and contradictions by senior U.S. officials regarding Venezuela indicate there is much that needs to be improved in the Trump Administration’s handling of this crisis. My advice: do more, say less, and stop playing around like amateurs.
    John Feeley
  • Venezuela exodus raises worries of babies being stateless
    Venezuela exodus raises worries of babies being stateless

    Venezuela exodus raises worries of babies being stateless

    While the children born to migrants qualify for Venezuelan citizenship, they would need to formally register at a consulate or travel to Venezuela to obtain it. Both options are out of the question for many families.
    Christine Armario
  • Cuba's "army" in Venezuela: doctors or soldiers?
    Cuba's "army" in Venezuela: doctors or soldiers?

    Cuba's "army" in Venezuela: doctors or soldiers?

    U.S. officials say Cuban military advisors in Venezuela are a mainstay of the Maduro regime. But Cuba says it's presence consists almost entirely of a humanitarian "army" of health workers sent to assist in the poor barrios. So, which is it?
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    David C Adams
  • In China's Game of Thrones in Latin America, is the US playing to win?
    In China's Game of Thrones in Latin America, is the US playing to win?

    In China's Game of Thrones in Latin America, is the US playing to win?

    The characters in the popular series bear an interesting resemblance to some of the actors in current Western Hemisphere power relationships. Instead of a fight to the death to occupy the Iron Throne, the struggle revolves more around the competition for influence. Think Daenerys Targaryen as China and Jon Snow as the United States.
    John Feeley
  • Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia
    Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia

    Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia

    After denouncing corruption in Venezuela during the April 30 uprising, sources tell Univision that Gen Manuel Cristopher Figuera fled to Colombia where he is believed to be cooperating with US intelligence. As the former head of Venezuelan intelligence he could be a valuable asset in future efforts to oust Maduro.
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    David C Adams
  • US Senators propose law to punish Maduro, double funding for humanitarian crisis
    US Senators propose law to punish Maduro, double funding for humanitarian crisis

    US Senators propose law to punish Maduro, double funding for humanitarian crisis

    The bill would formally support Juan Guaidó and provide $400 million to address the country's humanitarian crisis, with aid channeled possibly via the Red Cross.
    David C Adams
  • For Freedom
    For Freedom

    For Freedom

    It's a mistake to see Guaidó's fight to oust Maduro as an attempted coup. His actions are a legitimate attempt to put an end to a dictatorship, just like the fight against Pinochet in Chile, or against apartheid in South Africa, or slavery in the United States. The 'neutral' position adopted by AMLO in Mexico places him on the wrong side of history.
    Jorge Ramos
  • The beginning of the end for Venezuela's Maduro, or a clever deception?
    The beginning of the end for Venezuela's Maduro, or a clever deception?

    The beginning of the end for Venezuela's Maduro, or a clever deception?

    After another week of political upheaval in Venezuela, Washington insists the "long knives are out" for Maduro, and the end of his regime is nearing. Others speculate that a failed plot to oust Maduro indicates Guaidó and the U.S. may have been hoodwinked by a Cuban and Russian counter-intelligence operation?
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    David C Adams
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