All Articles on Juan Guaidó

Londoners protest against U.S. and international meddling in Venezuelan affairs on January 28, 2019. (Photo: Wiktor Szymanowicz/Barcroft Media via Getty Images) News
'Pure Sadism': Biden Blasted for Continuing Trump's Recognition of Guaidó Coup Regime and Deadly Sanctions in Venezuela
"How about a new Good Neighbor Policy on non-interference?" asked CodePink co-founder Medea Benjamin.
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Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaidó climbs a railing in an attempt to reach the National Assembly building in Caracas, on January 5, 2020. A pro-Trump rioter sits at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) desk after storming the grounds of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021. (Photos: Federico Parra/AFP via Getty Images and Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images). News
After Right-Wing Coup Effort in DC, Venezuela Offers Sympathy for US Suffering What 'It Has Generated' Elsewhere
The government of President Nicolás Maduro condemned "the political polarization and the spiral of violence" fueled by a "deep" political and social crisis in the U.S.
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President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro speaks during a press conference at Miraflores Government Palace on March 12, 2020 in Caracas, Venezuela. (Photo by Carolina Cabral/Getty Images) Views
Low Turnout, but Free, Elections in Venezuela Are a Blow to Regime Change
After four years of sanctions, sabotaged industries, attempted coups, an assassination by drone attempt, a mercenary incursion and paramilitary attacks, among others, Venezuela managed to survive the Trump administration’s maximum pressure.
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Elliot Abrams Confirms to Senate Hearing That US Still 'Working Hard' to Overthrow Maduro in Venezuela
Admission was latest sign that high pressure campaign on Venezuela's leftist government—including crushing economic sanctions—remains.
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A January 2015 meeting between Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and Vice President Biden—unlikely to be repeated if Biden wins the presidency. (Photo: AP) Views
Biden and Trump on Venezuela: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Biden’s policies are the same policies and exact rhetoric used by the Trump administration.
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Photo from Telesur (via People’s Dispatch, 5/6/20) of captured mercenaries in Venezuela. Views
Corporate Media Don’t Think Americans Paid to Invade Venezuela Count as Mercenaries
It’s clear that the men behind the La Guaira invasion aren’t described as mercenaries because the US government and media alike favor regime change in Venezuela.
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The townspeople of Chuao, Venezuela, being honored for their role in the capture of eight mercenaries. Views
Botched Infiltration of Venezuela Leaves Guaidó Tainted Beyond Repair
Unless Democrats begin to take advantage of the liability Guaidó represents and push back against Trump’s regime change efforts, there seems to be little hope of improving U.S.–Venezuela relations, regardless of who wins the presidency in November.
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Accusing US of Crimes Against Humanity, Venezuela Calls on ICC to Investigate Sanctions
With punishing sanctions, the Trump administration has given "a death sentence to tens of thousands of Venezuelans per year," foreign minister Jorge Arreaza said.
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'No Better Distillation of Washington': Democrats and GOP Join Trump in Standing Ovation for Failed Venezuelan Coup Leader Juan Guaidó
"Intervening in Venezuela's internal politics is the one thing that is bipartisan! How sad," said CodePink co-founder Medea Benjamin.
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Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó Views
For Western Press, the Only Coup in Venezuela Is Against Guaidó
For the corporate press, it would appear that the only "coup" is that perpetrated by Maduro in insisting on serving out his elected mandate.
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