Category: Coups

Jeremy Kryt: Rumors of War With the U.S. Run Rampant in Venezuela

The U.S. record fomenting coups and directly intervening in Latin America, which goes back to the middle of the 19th century

Steve Ellner: Support for Governments Under Imperialist Siege

Syria, Venezuela, Nicaragua, etc.: Just how far do we go?

Phyllis Bennis: Pompeo Ready to Pursue Regime Change Agenda

Mike Pompeo has shown little interest in diplomacy on issue after issue

Immanuel Wallerstein: Lula Arrested: How Successful a Coup?

Brazil merits our collective close attention and our active solidary participation

Stephen Kinzer: Overthrow

100 Years of U.S. Meddling & Regime Change, from Iran to Nicaragua to Hawaii to Cuba

Gregory Wilpert: US Efforts to Sabotage Venezuelan Elections Intensify

Lucas Koerner is a journalist at Venezuelanalysis based in Caracas, Venezuela. Gregory Wilpert a German-American sociologist who earned a Ph.D. in sociology from Brandeis University in 1994. Between 2000 and 2008 he lived in Venezuela, where he taught at the Central University of Venezuela and then worked as a freelance journalist, writing on Venezuelan politics Read more…

Mark Weisbrot: Trump Renews Venezuela Sanctions

Trump renewed Obama’s sanctions against Venezuela, declaring it an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to the US, violating international law in the process

Mark Weisbrot: Behind the Scenes in Venezuela

The Trump administration is intensifying its regime change efforts to potentially include torpedoing Venezuela’s presidential election

Steve Ellner: NY Times’ Uncanny Comparison Of Leopoldo Lopez With MLK

The corporate media reached an all-time low this week in its one-sided reporting on Venezuela

Reese Erlich: The Russians aren’t the only election hackers

The US has interfered in elections all over the world

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