Category: Venezuela

Juan Guaido

Guaidó Signed a Contract With Mercenaries Planning to ‘Detain’ Maduro

The Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó keeps trying distancing itself from the amateurish invasion of U.S.-based mercenaries that the Venezuelan security forces crushed last but his denials are undercut by emerging evidence. In a meeting last October with Jordan Goudreau, a 43-year-old Special Forces veteran who organized the invasion force, Guaidó “was saying all options...


Venezuela: Servicio Bolivariano de Inteligencia Nacional (SEBIN) (En Español)

De las principales agencias de inteligencia mundial Translation En Ingles: Historia de SEBIN Chávez’s legacy El Servicio Bolivariano de Inteligencia Nacional, SEBIN es la máxima agencia de inteligencia en Venezuela.  La misión declarada de SEBIN es “contribuir a la seguridad general, la defensa y el desarrollo de la nación como un elemento fundamental del sistema nacional de inteligencia y...


U.S. Indicts for Maduro Leading a Fictional ‘Cartel of the Suns’

The U.S. government has a long history of manipulating drug trafficking charges to advance geopolitical agenda. From 1975 to the late 1980s, Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega was on the CIA payroll. U.S. intelligence knew that Noriega permitted the Colombian cartels to ship cocaine through his country in return for huge cash payments. His drug activities...

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How Conspiracy Theories Fuel Venezuela’s Crisis

The Caracas Chronicles is an independent news blog reporting from the Venezuelan capital, where government repression, economic contraction and U.S. sanctions have generated a miserable political impasse. Enrique Bernardo Núñez notes how conspiracy theories tend to make the couuntry’s bad situation worse. Conspiracy theories are kind of like tricky publicity: it’s not that they aren’t...

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