All Articles on Juan Guaidó

CBC depiction (6/29/19) of Juan Guaído. Views
Western Media Losing Enthusiasm for Failing Coup in Venezuela
Disappointed by Guaído’s fading star, Western reporters have labored to mint new pro-Washington heroes worthy of their regime change fantasies
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Militia members and supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro take part in a march to protest against economic measures imposed by the US government and support the CLAP (Local Committee for Supply and Production) box -which contains basic family basket products at a low cost- in Caracas, Venezuela on June 8, 2019. Views
Big Media Get Big Things Wrong on Venezuela
Big media have got some big things wrong on Venezuela. Who can forget CNN's May 5 claim that "pressure is mounting on Maduro to step down, following elections in January in which voters chose opposition leader Juan Guaidó over him for president"? As Dave Lindorff noted for FAIR.org, six reporters...
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'It Is Not a Forum for Coup-Mongering,' Venezuelan Official Says After US Walks Out of Arms Control Conference
"We regret that the representative of the United States and its docile allies continue to bring to this forum matters that are outside the mandate."
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Venezuelan Government Denounces US Seizure of Embassy, Arrest of Peace Activists as Violation of Vienna Convention
"We do not authorize any of the coup leaders to enter our embassy in Washington D.C.," said deputy foreign minister on behalf of Maduro government
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Juan Guaidó Makes Open Plea for US Military 'Coordination' in Venezuela After Failed Coup Attempt
Guaidó's call came as Trump administration officials continue to suggest military intervention in Venezuela is a possibility
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Distorting 'Democracy' in Venezuela Coverage
At every turn, Guaidó and his backers have taken steps that have nothing to do with democracy
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Venezuelan opposition leader and head of the National Assembly Juan Guaido declares self interim president as thousands of people protest against Nicolás Maduro on January 23, 2019 in Caracas, Venezuela. Many countries including the US, Canada and Chile have recognized officially recognized Guaido as the legitimate president of Venezuela. (Photo: Edilzon Gamez/Getty Images) Views
What's Next: War With Venezuela?
Maybe the (eventual) war in Venezuela could be privatized!
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Medea Benjamin and Ariel Gold of CodePink during a news conference outside the Venezuelan Embassy on April 25, 2019. News
'Dangerous and Appalling': US Defenders of Venezuelan Embassy Demand Secret Service End Illegal Water and Power Shutoff
What is happening at the embassy, said one activist, is "a microcosm of the what is taking place in Venezuela as the U.S. continues to try and orchestrate a coup."
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Despite International Law Which Would Make It Illegal, Pompeo Claims US Attack on Venezuela "Would Be Lawful"
"Attacking [Venezuela] for any reason," warned one legal expert, "would violate the most fundamental of all international law."
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In Venezuela, Trump Administration Content to Support a Military Coup But Not Nation's Refugees
"What this administration has demonstrated again and again over the last several years is that crises and vulnerability … have not been the factors that have moved them."
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