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Venezuela Crisis Deepens

By Ronald J. Morgan Venezuela has become the worst political crisis in Latin America in decades. And with no end in sight, the human toll is expected to keep rising. An electoral and constitutional crisis which began taking shape shortly … Continue reading

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Venezuela: Will New Congress Be The Boss?

By Ronald J. Morgan Who’s the boss of Venezuela? Recent congressional elections have given the right wing opposition two-thirds control of congress. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accepted a crushing defeat at the polls but has vowed to keep the … Continue reading

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Venezuela: A War of Perceptions as Voters Choose New Congress

Ronald J. Morgan Polls are giving the rightwing opposition the lead in Venezuelan congressional elections Dec. 6 . The┬ápotential for an opposition comeback has Venezuela on edge and any perceived election fraud could touch off a repeat of violent protests … Continue reading

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