Why Juan Guaidó is No Longer News

By Esther Yáñez Illescas 16/Abr/2019.- Juan Guaidó, or rather the “character” Juan Guaidó, has been and continues to be in

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Monroe Doctrine in Practice: OAS Promoting a Coup in Venezuelan

On April 9, a session of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) was again convened to

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Maduro Celebrates the Bravery of the People Who Broke the Media Siege in April 2002

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, recalled “the bravery of the people who broke the siege

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Cocoon 2.0 Plot: Blocking Visa and Mastercard Payment Systems in Venezuela to Blame Maduro (+ Video)

The minister of communication and information, Jorge Rodriguez, offered details on Thursday of the talks of the irregular group Cocoon

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OAS Sacrifices Its Charter for Trump’s Desperate Venezuelan Regime Change Bid

In a legally dubious attempt to legitimize Juan Guaido’s shadow regime, the US pushed to install a neoliberal operative implicated

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Mexico: Guaido’s Envoy Appointment to OAS Against Own Charter

The Mexican Representative declared that “the so-called doctrine of 18 votes has been instituted (…) which has generated the precedent

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Guaido Set to Enact Uprising Rooted in US Regime-Change Operations Manual

With its hands tied when it comes to military intervention, only covert actions — such as those described in the

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Is Washington Preparing the Groundwork for a Maiden Scenario in Venezuela?

Venezuela is home to the largest oil deposits in the world, which makes the political stakes involved much higher than

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Algerian Army Calls for President Bouteflika to be Declared Unfit to Rule After Weeks of Protests

Algeria’s army chief has called for long-term leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika to be declared unfit to rule. The statement comes after

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What’s Happening in Venezuela: 5 Facts After the Electric Attack

At 17:42 in Caracas, March 11, 2019, the Minister of Communication, Jorge Rodríguez reported that “only a few hours left

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“Lights Out!” Did Trump and His Neocons Recycle Bush-Era Plan to Knock Out Venezuela’s Power Grid?

Even as the Venezuelan government blamed the recent power outage on U.S.-led “sabotage,” the U.S. has long had a plan

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Venezuela – Guaido Planned to Use Arms – Frustration Over Stalemate Sets in

New reports about the U.S. coup attempt in Venezuela describe the current mood in Washington as ‘frustration’. They also shine

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Venezuelan Army Introduces Air Surveillance Over Power Lines After Blackout

The Venezuelan Army has introduced an air surveillance system over the country’s power lines to protect its energy system and

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Three Days in the Battle for Electricity in Venezuela

Between the hypothesis of sabotage and the national emergency. Along with the blackout, truths emerge. The New York Times noted

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Electricity Service in Venezuela is Gradually Being Resumed

Electricity service in Caracas and the rest of the country begins to recover gradually. Several sectors of the capital of

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