AQ Podcast: Changing U.S. Policy Toward Venezuela
Former officials from both the Trump and Obama administrations argue the U.S. should support Venezuelan elections in 2024.
A Bipartisan U.S. Approach On Venezuela Is Possible—and Necessary
Trump and Obama National Security Council appointees pitch a new strategy, together.
Venezuela Isn’t on Track for 2024 Elections
Widespread expectations for political opening in exchange for sanctions relief ignore a difficult global landscape and enduring crisis at home.
AQ Podcast: Moisés Naím on Latin America’s Bright Spots and Challenges
The best-selling Venezuelan author of “The Revenge of Power” gives an overview of the region’s politics and economics
In Venezuela, a Delicate Balance for the ICC
The International Criminal Court is pressing Venezuela to punish human rights abuses—but few results have so far emerged.
A New, Realistic Era for Venezuela’s Opposition
As hopes to unseat Maduro are replaced with resignation, unexpected opportunity is emerging for Venezuelan democracy.
Graphic: Venezuela’s Young Politicians
AQ looks at indicators measuring youth participation in politics—and profiles leading politicians age 40 and under.
Venezuela: Now Is Not the Time to Reduce Global Scrutiny
Maduro’s human rights abuses continue, despite talk from politicians elsewhere in Latin America.
Venezuela’s Ad Hoc Economic Recovery Is Not Yet Sustainable
Ruling-party politics will likely determine whether the recovery continues or collapses.
AQ Podcast: What a Global Recession Might Mean for Latin America
Inflation, high interest rates and a slowdown in China present challenges, but the region’s economies have been resilient, says Revilla.
AQ Podcast: Changes in Venezuela
What signs of an economic shift mean for U.S.-Venezuela relations and the opposition to Nicolás Maduro.
A Major Roadblock in Future U.S.-Venezuela Talks: the ELN
The guerrilla group’s growing power is an obstacle to democratic and economic stabilization in Venezuela.
Book Review: Things Are Never So Bad That They Can’t Get Worse
A journalist tracks Venezuelan history from boom to bust—and reveals the causes of today’s “tragic impasse.”
REACTION: US Delegation Meets with Maduro’s Venezuela
Russia’s increasing influence in the hemisphere and a spike in oil prices after the invasion of Ukraine have led to calls for negotiations.
Facing Hunger, Venezuelans Rely on Nature’s Bounty
Photographer Andrea Hernández Briceño depicts how the land provides a precarious solution to the country’s food shortages.