Pablo Vivanco

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Pablo Vivanco is the former director of teleSUR English and specializes in geopolitics, economics and Latin American affairs. Recent bylines include Jacobin, Asia Times, and Truthout. Twitter: @pvivancoguzman.


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Alfred de Zayas argues that Caracas has grounds to reject offers of “aid” coming from Donald Trump’s White House, given the precedent of U.S. humanitarian aid being used as a trojan horse. Read more

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U.S. Department of State

The island nation is institutionalizing some of the most profound reforms since the beginning of its revolution—but the Trump Administration is putting those efforts at risk. Read more



Brian Daniel Quiroz Murillo

The U.S. Treasury has given opposition leader Juan Guaido control over U.S. bank accounts of the Venezuelan government and Venezuelan Central Bank. Is military action involving U.S. troops imminent? Read more



Tony D. Curtis, US Navy

They’re baaaaack. New surveillance missions spell out a return of Washington’s meddling in Latin American politics. Read more

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