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How does the blockade against Venezuela manifest? Part I

Since the coming to power of the Bolivarian Revolution, with the election of Hugo Chavez as President in 1998, Venezuela is in the sights of U.S. interests in the continent and occupies a privileged place – as a priority target – in its strategy of global domination.

Russian spy attack: why Britain is limited in how it responds to Russia

LONDON,  March 13, 2018 - It is “highly likely” that Russia was to blame for the attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter using a deadly nerve agent, British Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs. The government is now waiting for a response from Russian diplomats before formulating its response, though Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has already denied the country is to blame.

Venezuela: US Sanctions Give Free Rein to Right-Wing Violence

CARACAS, Venezuela, December 20, 2014 - Venezuela’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Rafael Ramirez, has described recently passed U.S. sanctions against the country as sending a message to violent right-wing groups that they can operate with impunity in Venezuela.

Maduro Rejects Obama's Signing of Sanctions

December 19, 2014 - Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro rejected on Thursday sanctions now signed by U.S president Barack Obama this afternoon. The legislation was passed by U.S. Congress last week, authorizing sanctions against Venezuelan officials.

Obama Hits Russia with New Sanctions

WASHINGTON DC, December 18, 2014 - While announcing a normalization of relations with Cuba, U.S. President Barack Obama has also quietly signed a new raft of sanctions against Russia into law, the State Department announced Wednesday.
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