Trump administration has outsourced its Venezuela policy to Rubio

The Venezuelan crisis has made it clear that the Trump administration has outsourced its South America policy to US Sen Marco Rubio. That’s a bad idea, even if you have a positive opinion of the Florida senator.

The latest Trump administration sanctions against 13 Venezuelan officials involved in human rights abuses, corruption or anti-democratic actions is a case in point. The sanctions, which included visa withdrawals and the freezing of US assets, had long been suggested by Rubio to the White House…..


Argentina’s president says populism is over. Then why the massive demonstrations?

BUENOS AIRES – President Mauricio Macri says he is convinced that the disastrous populist governments that have ruined Argentina time and again are a thing of the past.

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Time to get honest about Maduro; he’s a dictator

In light of the tragic events in Venezuela, it’s time for us in the media to start calling things by their name, and refer to Venezuelan ruler Nicolás Maduro as what he is — a dictator.

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If Maduro replaces the constitution, Venezuela may turn into another Cuba or Syria

Venezuela’s political crisis is escalating rapidly following the impressive opposition-organized vote against President Nicolas Maduro’s plan to impose a Cuba-style constitution, and after President Donald Trump’s threat to take “strong and swift economic actions” against the Venezuelan regime.

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As Venezuelans die on the streets, UN Human Rights Council remains mum

What a travesty. Despite Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s bloody repression of opposition protests that has resulted in more than 100 dead, thousands of wounded and hundreds of political prisoners over the past three months, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has not uttered a single word about Venezuela’s human rights crisis.

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Venezuela’s strongman was directly responsible for attack on National Assembly

Make no mistake: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is directly responsible for the violent July 5 attack against the country’s opposition-controlled National Assembly, and for most of the estimated 90 deaths in anti-government protests over the past three months.

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