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In an exclusive interview, Joseph Humire noted that a submissive attitude "will never work" in handling Russia, China, and Iran.
"We have to push the Maduro regime to sit down with the opposition to negotiate a way out" said Juan Gonzalez, U.S. national security advisor for the Western Hemisphere
Diego Arria, economist and former president of the UN Security Council, pointed out that the organization has left aside its "mission" with which it was created to protect the world; and now it is managed under the interests of the main powers.
He added that the U.S. "should not be funding an organization that turns a blind eye to human rights violators"
Venezuelan migrants are not common migrants, they are displaced from a long political-institutional and socio-economic conflict unprecedented in the region
University professor Carmen Hurtado earns less than a dollar a month for her work in this socialist economy.
In the face of these troubles, Venezuelans have turned to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Unlike US dollars, Bitcoin (BTC) can be purchased digitally and directly by using Peer2Peer (P2P) exchanges. It is an asset that can be purchased anywhere in the world.
The Banning Operations and Leases with Illegitimate Authoritarian Regime Act, or BOLIVAR Act, will prohibit the head of an executive agency from entering into a contract for the procurement of goods or services, with any person who has business dealings with the Maduro regime.
DED applies to thousands of Venezuelans who entered the U.S. before January 20, 2021 and allows them to live and work legally, initially for a period of 18 months, which may be extended.