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Guaidó Signed a Contract With Mercenaries Planning to ‘Detain’ Maduro

Guaidó Signed a Contract With Mercenaries Planning to ‘Detain’ Maduro

The Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó keeps trying distancing itself from the amateurish invasion of U.S.-based mercenaries that the Venezuelan security forces crushed last but his denials are undercut by emerging evidence. In a meeting last October with Jordan Goudreau, a 43-year-old Special Forces veteran who organized the invasion force, Guaidó “was saying all options...

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Twitter Wars: Maduro Backers Bested Guaido’s Forces Online, Survey Shows

Twitter Wars: Maduro Backers Bested Guaido’s Forces Online, Survey Shows

First, consider the source. That’s always a good idea when reading the news. The source of this story, which is favorable to supporters of Venezuelan president Nicholas Maduro, is the Digital Forensics Laboratory. DFRLab is part of the Atlantic Council, a pro-NATO and pro-US. think tank in Washington. These organizations are not, in any way...

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The Problem With Jack Ryan’s ‘Regime Change’ Crusade in Venezuela

The Problem With Jack Ryan’s ‘Regime Change’ Crusade in Venezuela

Season 2 of the adventures of Tom Clancy’s CIA man has arrived and the target is “Venezuela,” a mythical Latin American country where Americans like Elliot Abrams and Mike Pompeo like to project feelings of aggression and domination. The show intends to entertain and to inculcate Americas in the false narrative that Venezuela is some...

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AP: US Talks Secretly to Venezuela’s Socialist Boss

AP: US Talks Secretly to Venezuela’s Socialist Boss

Ever since Venezuela’s pro-American uprising “fizzled on April 29, the Trump White House has faced a choice about Venezuela: negotiations or “regime change.” A negotiated settlement and peaceful transition is the goal of the talks sponsored by the government of Norway. Representatives of President Nicholas Maduro’s government and the U.S.-backed opposition lead by Juan Guaido...

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Most 2020 Democrats Favor Trump’s Sanctions on Venezuela

Most 2020 Democrats Favor Trump’s Sanctions on Venezuela

The Council on Foreign Relations, the embodiment of the U.S. foreign policy establishment, asked the Democratic presidential candidates what they would do about Venezuela. The question was leading: What, if any, additional steps should the United States take to remove Nicolas Maduro from power in Venezuela? The formulation is leading because it implies that the...