01/11/2019Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Anthony Faiola
Mastermind or scapegoat? Besieged South American leaders blame Venezuela’s Maduro for historic wave of unrest.
As the streets of South America convulse in the region’s worst bout of social unrest in years, a chorus of critics on the political right are decrying what they see as one inescapable link — the nefarious hand of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
06/05/2019Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Anthony Faiola
03/05 - 20:25 - In the intoxicating early hours of Tuesday morning, Venezuela’s opposition saw a historic goal within reach: President Nicolás Maduro, they were certain, was about to step down. But by noon, a dull panic began to surface. A plan rife with intrigue and betrayal had begun to go south.
27/12/2018Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Anthony Faiola
BUENOS AIRES — Like a grand dame fallen on hard times, Buenos Aires was dimmed by economic collapse. In between its Paris-like cafes and wrought-iron balconies stood the blight of boarded store fronts. On its great boulevards, scavengers sifted through dumpsters for anything they could resell.That was 2002, when I covered the debt default and currency devaluation that had devastated this nation. But it’s the fate of the Argentines to live in a vicious loop.
26/12/2018Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Anthony Faiola
CARACAS — As allies go, Venezuela is a relatively cheap one for Russia. But the potential returns on Moscow’s investment there could be priceless.
14/08/2018Política O Estado de Sao Paulo - Brasil Anthony Faiola
Organização Oceans Beyond Piracy registrou 71 ataques na região em 2017, incluindo roubos a navios mercantes, pesqueiros e iates; na Venezuela, há denúncias de que a Guarda Costeira aborda embarcações ancoradas para exigir dinheiro e comida
14/08/2017Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Regional Anthony Faiola
The autocratic government of President Nicolás Maduro is sharply intensifying its crackdown on dissent, issuing arrest warrants for rebellious mayors, targeting unfriendly politicians and menacing average citizens who speak their minds. Yet if it’s enemies of the state Maduro is after, one threat looms larger than any other.