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Francisco Toro is a Venezuelan political commentator and contributing columnist for Global Opinions. He is chief content officer of the Group of 50.
Con suerte, es un escenario que sólo se quedará en las pesadillas de los venezolanos.
With luck, it’s a scenario that will remain confined to the nightmares of reality-scarred Venezuelans.
Japan is an ethnically defined national community with few foreigners. And no future.
Giving cash directly to the world’s poorest people is one of those radical ideas that, on second thought, is obvious.
The headlines about an “embargo” are a propaganda boon for the loathsome regime in Caracas.
The ELN guerrilla group has grown in wealth and power. And it has done so largely by turning Venezuela’s collapse to its advantage.
The regime has always owed its resilience to its oil riches. But sanctions are applying unprecedented pressure.
One thing we know for sure: Venezuela will remain unstable for a very long time.
Peruvian prosecutors and courts have proved to be more aggressive and independent in investigating corruption than other countries in the region.
Maduro is now a toxic brand in Venezuelan politics.