Caracas-based journalist Ana Vanessa Herrero joins the podcast to break down the opposition’s struggle to regroup.
New data show Venezuela’s government is targeting journalists and others who might expose the reality of COVID-19.
A series of authoritarian moves have drawn a muted public response – and not just because of the coronavirus.
Nicolás Maduro has little fiscal and political room to maneuver as scarcity and food insecurity worsen.
A doctor and migrant, Parra is among the many Venezuelans helping on the frontlines in their adopted countries.
AQ hosts a conversation about the pandemic’s effects on Venezuelan migrants in Latin America.
Como uma escola em Roraima tenta — com certo sucesso — receber seus novos moradores.
Cómo una escuela en un estado fronterizo brasileño intenta, con cierto éxito, acoger a los recién llegados.
Under the Betancourt Doctrine, Venezuela became a refuge for Latin Americans fleeing dictatorship.
Measles, tuberculosis and other diseases have made a comeback and are threatening migrants.
A school on the Venezuela-Brazil border offers lessons for the whole region.
Everyone wants to stop a humanitarian disaster. Now there’s an imperfect roadmap to do it, writes a former U.S. ambassador to Caracas
The international community should focus on humanitarian aid, and try to prevent a health disaster that could spread across much of Latin America.
The government’s blockade of the National Assembly on Jan. 5 seems to have run counter to its own 2020 election strategy. Can the opposition capitalize?
A lieutenant colonel in exile speaks out about the fear and corruption in Maduro’s barracks.