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The end of democracy in Venezuela was predictable, but it was still shocking in a number of ways.
Governments in the region should set specific targets to get a homicide epidemic under control.
A pro-Chávez movement against Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro is getting more organized.
Maduro may not be long for the presidency, but that doesn't mean Venezuela's foreign policy is changing.
Major demonstrations could pressure the country's elections board to allow a recall vote. But challenges to the opposition are significant.
With basic goods increasingly hard to come by, Venezuelans are turning to social media to find everything from cooking oil to cancer medication.
In dealing with the recall referendum, the government is playing dirty.
Brazil and Argentina should lead the diplomatic effort to change Venezuela's behavior.
Maduro’s ability to stack the courts may help him survive, despite economic chaos and his tumbling popularity.
Venezuelan doctors are turning to Google and Twitter to grasp the scope of the Zika epidemic amid a government blackout on health data.