A Bold Movement that Can Avoid a War in Latin America

Jose Negron Valera Chess master Max Euwe used to say that “strategy requires thought” but “tactics require observation.”  How can we reinterpret that phrase in the political context of a nation like Venezuela? The South American nation has been the victim of a continued siege and blackmail that has led political negotiations to a dead…

The Internal Fractures of the Venezuelan Opposition

Marco Teruggi The Venezuelan government and a sector of the opposition have established a National Dialogue Table that has reached its first agreements. What about the majority opposition that did not join and what will it do? In an interview with Sputnik, Venezuelan journalist William Castillo constructs an X-ray of the right to better understand…

Statement by the Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations

Last 12 September, the United States Mission to the United Nations in New York, sent a communication to our Permanent Mission to the above international organization informing that two Cuban diplomatic officials had carried out activities outside their official capacity which were considered harmful to the United States. The aforementioned communication stated that, unless Cuba…

Venezuela Oil Production Continues Decline as China Cancels More Shipments

Ricardo Vaz US threats of secondary sanctions have seen Chinese oil company CNPC cancel shipments from Venezuela for the second month in a row. (VTV) Venezuela’s oil output has continued its downward trend according to figures from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). The latest report from the oil cartel detailed that, based…

U.S. Sanctions Hit Venezuela’s Diplomatic Corps in Switzerland

Mison Verdad Swiss private banks reject transactions and close Venezuelan accounts for fear of reprisals from the United States (Photo: Reuters) Another Instance of Extraterritorial and Illegal Application of White House Measures Commercial and financial punitive measures are depriving Venezuelan representations of their diplomatic powers in Bern and Geneva. This was revealed by the Swiss…

Bolivia Confederation of Indigenous Peoples Denounces that Indigenous March is Financed by Comunidad Ciudadana and Different NGOs

The president of the Confederation of Indigenous Peoples of Bolivia (CIDOB), Pedro Vare, denounced on Wednesday that the so-called “Tenth Great March of Indigenous Nations” against the laws and decrees that are destroying our homes is financed by a candidate from the Citizen Community party (CC), led by Carlos de Mesa, and different Non-Governmental Organizations…

“Color Revolution” Rehearsal in Bolivia Imitates Nicaragua’s Format

Mision Verdad Violent protesters of the Bolivian opposition attack a MAS house in Santa Cruz (Photo: APG) “Since the Armed Forces cannot join the coup d’etat, they use paid youth to attack the MAS campaigns … Who are the anti-Democrats in Bolivia? Where do they come from and what are they preparing?” These were part…

Venezuela’s National Productive Alliance: Food Production in Times of War

Producing the food the country needs is a basic element of any economy, beyond the political character of its government. In a besieged and economically blockaded Venezuela, this becomes central, strategic. One of the planes where in recent times the population has been attacked has been precisely in its capacity to acquire the necessary food…