New Great Game: Can Venezuela Negotiate an End to Deadly US Sanctions?

New Great Game: Can Venezuela Negotiate an End to Deadly US Sanctions?

How the tables have turned. A high-level US delegation visited Venezuela on March 5, hoping to repair economic ties with Caracas. Venezuela, one of the world’s poorest countries partly due to US-Western sanctions is, for once, in the driving seat, capable of alleviating an impending US energy crisis if dialogue with Washington continues to move…

Would It Be a Betrayal of Venezuela’s Multipolar Principles to Sell Oil to the US?

Would It Be a Betrayal of Venezuela’s Multipolar Principles to Sell Oil to the US?

The Bolivarian Republic is a proudly sovereign nation that espouses the socialist principles of peace, brotherhood, and equitable development, but its ambitious vision has been hamstrung for years by the US’ Hybrid Warfare against it that’s plunged many of its people into poverty, among countless other strategic consequences. Reports have recently circulated that the US…

The Cruel Farce of U.S. Regime Change Policy in Venezuela

The Cruel Farce of U.S. Regime Change Policy in Venezuela

The Biden administration is continuing the farce that is our government’s regime change policy in Venezuela: The United States continues to recognize the authority of the democratically elected 2015 National Assembly as the last remaining democratic institution and Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s interim president.  We welcome the agreement reached to extend the authority of the…

Your $1.7 Billion of Gold Is Now Ours, UK Tells Starving Venezuelans

Your $1.7 Billion of Gold Is Now Ours, UK Tells Starving Venezuelans

In its prolonged freezing of Venezuelan assets, the UK continues to withhold 31 tons of its gold stored at the Bank of England, with a new Supreme Court ruling supporting the seizure. The recent decision, CNN reported, “ruled that recognition of heads of state and government was solely the responsibility of the British government, which…

Why’s The US Manufacturing Another Crisis on Nicaragua?

Why’s The US Manufacturing Another Crisis on Nicaragua?

There’s the chance that the US’ Hybrid War on Nicaragua could become a proxy struggle for influence with Russia, which has more strategically substantive relations with that country than China does. Nicaragua’s presidential elections on Sunday were slammed by US President Joe Biden as a so-called “pantomime” in a statement that he released later that…

Afghanistan and Beyond: End U.S. War-Making Everywhere

Afghanistan and Beyond: End U.S. War-Making Everywhere

The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, after 20 years of brutal occupation, should just be the beginning. The United States must also end the disastrous ​“War on Terror,” including the bombing campaigns targeting Somalia and Yemen. And it must also put a stop to the brutal sanctions against Cuba, Venezuela, Iran and other countries in the Global South.  But…