The US government has long supported the Venezuelan opposition over the ruling government, but its aggressive posture towards the Maduro presidency is taking tension to new heights.
Every option is on the table as two presidents fight for legitimacy in Venezuela.
From Hugo Chavez to Nicolas Maduro, the Bolivarian Revolution has influenced the political outlook of many Venezuelan politicians, inspiring them to take an anti-imperıalist stance.
The Venezuelan opposition, having boycotted presidential elections in 2018, is now seeking to garner support to overthrow President Maduro’s government.
The resource-rich Latin American country is at the centre of a political upheaval in which two governments are now recognised internationally. Will foreign intervention decide the fate of Venezuela?
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro begins a new six-year term. Opponents, at home and abroad, seek to weaken his rule.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza says "nothing or nobody will be able to prevent" the swearing in of President Nicolas Maduro on January 10, after the 14-member group, without Mexico, said it won't recognise Maduro's new government.
Cuba over the last 50 years has honed in on its medical expertise to be able to punch above its weight in the international arena and garner soft power.
The attack highlights vulnerability of the embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and raises fear among the opposition of a possible crackdown.
Venezuela's mainstream opposition is boycotting the election and two of their most popular leaders are barred from standing. Here's a look at the three candidates that are running in Sunday's vote.
A decade after its assets were nationalised in Venezuela, the oil giant has obtained court orders allowing it to seize some of the Caribbean assets of the troubled South American country's state oil company.
The only challengers to Maduro are two former Chavez supporters who have distanced themselves from the current government, while the main opposition is boycotting the election.
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