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Venezuela Update: 4 Days Into The Country’s Longest Blackout
By admin March 12, 2019

On Thursday, the San Geronimo B substation went down, sending Venezuela’s capital city, Caracas, into darkness. Today, 18 of the country’s 23 states remain affected by the outage, food supplies are running short, and it has been reported that the country’s private sector has lost an estimated $400 million as a result of the blackout.

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The Venezuela Crisis – Largest Exodus in Western Hemisphere in Search for a Bridge of Desperation and Hope
By admin February 5, 2019

Venezuela’s problems go back to 1999 when the charismatic and ebullient late President Hugo Chavez established a socialist government, at a time when Venezuela was against the backdrop of vast wealth but had huge inequality. That is the government his predecessor President Nicolas Maduro took over in 2013.Venezuela has been caught in a downward spiral

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The Venezuelan Mafia State
By admin July 16, 2018

Trapped in a downward political and economic spiral, the instability in Venezuela caused by a weakening democracy and the spread of violent crime has profound consequences for Latin America and the rest of the world. As Nicolás Maduro enters another presidential term bankrupt and isolated, the deep roots of organized crime that support his government will

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Venezuela: If you thought it couldn’t get worse
By admin July 22, 2016

(AFP Photo/Federico Parra) Once the richest country in South America with its unrivaled amount of natural resources especially oil reserves, Venezuela is suffering from a historic economic crisis. There are many speculations from different media sources, but what is common between all of them is that the main cause of Venezuela’s economic disaster is extremely

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The Forthcoming Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela
By admin April 27, 2016

  Venezuela’s economic crisis is not new news. Food and drug shortages as well as other basic daily goods have become part of reality for the Venezuelan population. The crisis, however, is not contained or limited to consumer goods. The country is out of electricity. Guri hydroelectric dam, which provides 75 percent of Venezuela’s electricity,

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