Posts in category Venezuela

Venezuela

The political environment in Venezuela is unstable, and concerns about its economic viability are growing. No one knows what will happen in a year, perhaps longer, until the situation changes. More expatriates, including those who often brave tumult such as journalists and businesspersons, have left the country. Airlines and foreign companies [...]

Have an Unrest, Venezuela

As Venezuelans go to the polls in state elections, I’m reminded of an article that I wrote a decade ago called “Have a Rest, Sr. Presidente Chávez.” Ten years on, Venezuela’s economy has deteriorated considerably, and the country has grown politically unstable with the ruling Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela (PSUV) and opposition p [...]

Have a Rest, Sr. Presidente Chávez

Happy International Worker’s Day (May Day).  I took the day off from blogging in honor of the national day dedicated to workers worldwide.  Are you a worker too, Dear Reader?  Well then, why are you reading this blog?  It’s too much work.  Go on, relax and have some fun for a change.  You deserve it. On the same day Venezuela offi [...]