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Global Increase in Electric Vehicles Could Have Geopolitical Ramifications

Global Increase in Electric Vehicles Could Have Geopolitical Ramifications

Many believe that electric cars are great for the world, but experts warn that their use could lead to major geopolitical issues in the world’s gas and oil industries. According…

U.S. Secretary of State Asks Venezuelan Leaders to Respect Citizen’s Rights

U.S. Secretary of State Asks Venezuelan Leaders to Respect Citizen’s Rights

In wake of the country’s economic downfall, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has called for Venezuelan leaders to respect their people’s freedom of expression, release political prisoners from jail,…

Venezuelan Government Continues to Block Humanitarian Aid Efforts That Could Save Lives During Crisis

Venezuelan Government Continues to Block Humanitarian Aid Efforts That Could Save Lives During Crisis

As the medical crisis worsens, the Venezuelan government continues to deny attempts to bring humanitarian aid into the country. Venezuelan citizens are demanding that their government accept foreign aid after…

Two Major Airlines Suspending Service to Caracas

Two Major Airlines Suspending Service to Caracas

Latin America’s largest airline, Latam, has joined German airline Lufthansa in suspending service to or from Caracas because of outstanding financial debts. Venezuela’s currency controls have made it difficult for…

Venezuela Supreme Court Rejects Opposition’s Housing Privatization Law

Venezuela Supreme Court Rejects Opposition’s Housing Privatization Law

This May, Venezuela’s Supreme Court rejected a controversial law that would have allowed for the privatization and sale of low-income housing on the private market. Earlier this year, the opposition-controlled…

Venezuela Plunges Into Worse Conditions With New Government Decree

Venezuela Plunges Into Worse Conditions With New Government Decree

A state of emergency was declared on Monday, by a decree, published in the government gazette, which will give President Nicolas Maduro and his government and security forces the authorization…

Venezuela: No Longer the Utopia It Once Was

Venezuela: No Longer the Utopia It Once Was

Once the world’s socialist paradise, Venezuela is no longer a place people wish they lived in. Corruption, dysfunction, bankruptcy, and one of the highest crimes rates in the world is…

Venezuela’s Resource Shortages Reveal Economic Decline’s True Effects

Venezuela’s Resource Shortages Reveal Economic Decline’s True Effects

With Venezuela in the midst of an economic crisis, shortages of resources are hitting cities and towns all across the country. According to Euro News, everything from beer to toilet…

Venezuela to Re-enter to the Humane Kimberley Process For Non-Conflict Diamonds

Venezuela to Re-enter to the Humane Kimberley Process For Non-Conflict Diamonds

At the end of April, Venezuela concluded a week of meetings with the Kimberly Process in what is being called the final steps towards re-certifying the country’s status as an…

Venezuelan Judicial System Continues to Struggle

Venezuelan Judicial System Continues to Struggle

“Make beer or I will put you in prison,” said Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro. According to Peace FM, the beverage company, Empresas Polar shut down its operation in April, and…