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Crise na Venezuela
11 | Fevereiro | 2019

Depois de Juan Guaidó, Presidente da Assembleia Nacional se ter auto-proclamado Presidente interino na sequência de manifestações massivas de 23 de Janeiro contra a presidência de Nicolás Maduro, os militares declararam o apoio dos diferentes ramos das Forças Armadas a Maduro. Apesar de vários países terem prontamente reconhecido a legitimidade de Guaidó, o país está profundamente dividido e a comunidade internacional procura uma solução para a crise que evite a escalada de violência na Venezuela.



Recursos
| Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias

 

Recursos
Maduro vs. Guaidó: A Global Scorecard (Infographics) [04/02/2019]
Amy Mackinnon, Foreign Policy

Comunicado do Governo sobre a situação na Venezuela [04/02/2019]
Portal Diplomático

Continuing U.S. Diplomatic Presence in Venezuela - Press Statement [23/01/2019]
Michael R. Pompeo, Secretary of State

Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on latest developments in Venezuela [23/01/2019]
Council of the EU

Declaración del Gobierno Revolucionario: Debe cesar la agresión contra Venezuela [23/01/2019]
Granma

Maduro is a usurper. It’s time to restore democracy in Venezuela [15/01/2019]
Juan Guaido, Washington Post 

 

Opiniões & Análises
Guaidó backed an amnesty plan for Venezuela’s military. How might that play out? [11/02/2019]
Mieczysław P. Boduszyński & Victor Peskin, Wasgington Post

A Visit With Venezuela’s Interim President [08/02/2019]
Annika Hernroth-Rothstein, Wall Street Journal

Yes, conditions in Venezuela are bad. No, we shouldn’t intervene. [08/02/2019]
Stephen Kinzer, Boston Globe

What We Heard in Caracas [07/02/2019]
Robert Malley & Robert Fadel, The Atlantic

How to restore democracy in Venezuela? [07/02/2019]
Felipe González & José Ignacio Torreblanca, ECFR

Exiled General: Why the Venezuelan Military Hasn’t Turned Against Maduro [07/02/2019]
Antonio Rivero, The Washington Post

Recognizing Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s Leader Isn’t a Coup. It’s an Embrace of Democracy [06/02/2019]
Irwin Cotler & Brandon Silver, Foreign Policy

Venezuela Could Force a Foreign Policy Reckoning for U.S. Progressives [06/02/2019]
Judah Grunstein, World Politics Review

Venezuela – Elections Alone Are Not Enough [02/2019]
Sabine Kurtenbach, GIGA

«Maduro va a salir del poder por las buenas o por las malas» [06/02/2019]
Entrevista a Julio Borges, ABC

Maduro’s Allies: Who Backs the Venezuelan Regime? [05/02/2019]
Rocio Cara Labrador, CFR

Recognising Juan Guaidó risks a bloody civil war in Venezuela [04/02/2019]
Temir Porras Ponceleon, The Guardian

European countries' stance on the Venezuelan crisis [04/02/2019]
Emre Gönen, Daily Sabah

Nicolás Maduro must be praying for the US to intervene in Venezuela [04/02/2019]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Russia’s support for Venezuela has deep roots [03/02/2019]
Alexander Gabuev, Financial Times

Russian mercenaries on the march: next stop Venezuela? [01/02/2019]
Sergey Sukhankin, ECFR

In Venezuela, Vladimir Putin fights for his own future [01/02/2019]
The Economist

“En algún momento el descontento de los militares será total” [31/01/2019]
Entrevista a Juan Guaidó, El País

O princípio do fim da tirania [30/01/2019]
Nuno Severiano Teixeira, Público

Venezuela is how ‘illiberal democracy’ ends [30/01/2019]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

Democrats should stand for democracy in Venezuela — and democratic values in America [29/01/2019]
Chris Murphy, Washington Post

Why Venezuela's Opposition Is Finally Getting It Right [29/01/2019]
Félix Seijas Rodríguez, Americas Quarterly

¿Por qué China y Rusia siguen apoyando a Maduro? [28/01/2019]
Lautaro Rubbi, Clarín

Venezuela – A Rough Road Ahead [28/01/2019]
International Crisis Group

The Left Keeps Getting Venezuela Wrong [28/01/2019]
James Bloodworth, Foreign Policy

Venezuela does not need another charismatic strongman [28/01/2019]
Maryhen Jimenez Morales, Al Jazeera

What has happened in Venezuela is a coup. Trump’s denial is dangerous [28/01/2019]
Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, The Guardian

Maduro Is Putin’s Man in Caracas [28/01/2019]
Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal

Venezuelans Must Lead in Building Off-Ramp for Maduro [28/01/2019]
Dany Bahar, Ted Piccone and Harold Trinkunas, The Hill

There’s No Path to a Fast Recovery in Venezuelan Oil [27/01/2019]
Julian Lee, Bloomberg

The Oil Market Will Soon Feel the Heat of Turmoil in Venezuela [27/01/2019]
Nick Butler, Financial Times

A Failed Coup in Venezuela [26/01/2019]
Vijay Prashad, The Hindu

The White House’s Move on Venezuela Is the Least Trumpian Thing It’s Done [26/01/2019]
Uri Friedman, The Atlantic

Inside the Trump Administration’s Diplomatic Intervention in Venezuela [26/01/2019]
Josh Rogin, The Washington Post

Venezuela's Friends and Foes Square Off Over Maduro [26/01/2019]
Stratfor

Yes, Venezuela Is a Socialist Catastrophe [25/01/2019]
Bret Stephens, New York Times

Bicefalia en Venezuela [25/01/2019]
Carmen Beatriz Fernández, Política Exterior

Who Is Nicolas Maduro’s Biggest Ally? You, the American Driver [25/01/2019]
Francisco Toro, The Washington Post

Juan Guaidó’s biggest asset, a humble personality, helped unite a fragmented opposition in Venezuela [25/01/2019]
Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Herald

The Venezuelan Opposition's High-Stakes Assault on Maduro [25/01/2019]
Harold Trinkunas, Fooreign Affairs

Venezuela’s Presidential Crisis and the Transition to Democracy [25/01/2019]
José Ignacio Hernández G., CSIS

Trump must not be allowed to dictate Venezuela's democratic recovery [25/01/2019]
Reynaldo Trombetta, The Guardian

Credit for rebellion against Maduro goes to Venezuelan people — not Rubio or Trump [24/01/2019]
Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald

With Juan Guaidó seizing the presidency, Venezuela’s ‘Latin Spring’ is heating up [24/01/2019]
Markos Kounalakis, Miami Herald

Can Venezuela’s new president restore its democracy? (Podcast) [24/01/2019]
Dany Bahar, Brookings Institution

Nicolás Maduro, the usurper [23/01/2019]
Rut Diamint & Laura Tedesco, Open Democracy

How to End Venezuela's Nightmare [03/12/2018]
Ricardo Hausmann, Project Syndicate

 

Editoriais
A broad front is needed to address Venezuela crisis [04/02/2019]
Financial Times

Venezuela: a new Cold War battlefront [29/01/2019]
T
he National

A Ray of Hope for Venezuela [27/01/2019]
Washington Times

Why Venezuela needs consensus, not conflict [27/01/2019]
The Observer

Crisis in Caracas [26/01/2019]
The Hindu

A Bold, Risky Stroke for Democracy in Venezuela [26/01/2019]
Bloomberg View

In Venezuela, Socialism Has Had Its Usual Success [26/01/2019]
Washington Examiner

Venezuela: its people deserve better [25/01/2019]
The Guardian

Hope for Venezuela [25/01/2019]
Boston Globe

How to hasten the demise of Venezuela’s dictatorship [24/01/2019]
The Economist

 

Notícias
As Maduro Digs In, His Aides Hunt for an Emergency Escape Route [11/02/2019]
Esteban Duarte , Eric Martin & Ilya Arkhipov, Bloomberg

Maduro issues threat to jail Venezuela’s opposition leader [05/02/2019]
Tom Phillips & Joe Parkin Daniels, The Guardian

UPDATE 1-Portuguese bank halted $1.2 bln transfer of Venezuela funds: lawmaker [05/02/2019]
CNBC

Diecinueve países de la UE reconocen ya a Guaidó como presidente interino de Venezuela [04/02/2019]
ABC

El Parlamento Europeo se dispone a reconocer a Guaidó como presidente venezolano [30/01/2019]
Bernardo de Miguel, El País

For the Kremlin, Venezuela Is Not the Next Syria [30/01/2019]
Neil MacFarquhar, New York Times

La estrategia coral que resucitó a la oposición y echa el pulso más firme a Maduro [30/01/2019]
Alonso Moleiro & Javier Lafuente, El País

Maduro rechaza adelantar las elecciones presidenciales pese a la presión internacional [30/01/2019]
El País

As protests threaten Maduro’s power, his government punishes once-loyal slums [29/01/2019]
Mariana Zuñiga, Washington Post

How Trump’s Venezuela Sanctions Could Undercut His Iran Policy [29/01/2019]
Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy

U.S. Targets Venezuela With Tough Oil Sanctions During Crisis of Power [29/01/2019]
Edward Wong & Nicholas Casey, The New York Times

Guaido calls for more protests as Maduro displays military might [28/01/2019]
Al Jazeera

Venezuelan security forces offered amnesty if they defect to opposition [28/01/2019]
Joe Parkin Daniels & Patricia Torres, The Guardian

Juan Guaidó: Venezuela has chance to leave chaos behind [28/01/2019]
Virginia López & Tom Phillips, The Guardian

Venezuela: All you need to know about the crisis in seven charts [27/01/2019]
BBC News

Russia denies sending mercenaries to shore up Nicolás Maduro's position [27/01/2019]
Andrew Roth, The Guardian

UK tries to keep EU united in piling pressure on Maduro [27/01/2019]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

Pompeo Presses U.N. Security Council on Venezuela [26/01/2019]
Wall Street Journal

Venezuela crisis: Maduro given ultimatum by European leaders [26/01/2019]
BBC

Spain, France, Germany Set to Recognize Guaido as Venezuela's Leader [26/01/2019]
Nike Ching, VOA

Venezuelan President Does an About-Face That Allows U.S. Diplomats to Stay [26/01/2019]
Ana Vanessa Herrero & Megan Specia, The New York Times

Exclusive: Kremlin-linked contractors help guard Venezuela's Maduro – sources [25/01/2019]
Maria Tsvetkova & Anton Zverev, Reuters

Venezuela: la crispation est à son comble entre le camp « Maduro » et l’opposition [25/01/2019]
Le Monde

Venezuela’s crisis: How did it get so bad? [24/01/2019]
Siobhán O'Grady, Washington Post

OEA reconhece Guaidó como presidente da Venezuela [24/01/2019]
Brasil 247

Trump says 'all options on table' as Venezuela crisis deepens [24/01/2019]
Joe Parkin Daniels, Mariana Zuñiga & Julian Borger, The Guardian

'Guys with guns' will determine what happens next in Venezuela, former minister says [24/01/2019]
Sam Meredith, CNBC

Venezuela crisis: Maduro cuts ties with US after it recognises opposition leader [24/01/2019]
BBC

Venezuela: who is Juan Guaidó, the man who declared himself president?  [23/01/2019]
Joe Parkin Daniels & Mariana Zúñiga, The Guardian

U.S. to defy Venezuelan order for American diplomats to leave Caracas in 72 hours [23/01/2019]
Mariana Zuñiga, Anthony Faiola & Carol Morello, Washington Post

Venezuelan Opposition Leader Declares Himself President, With Trump Backing [23/01/2019]
Keith Johnson & Robbie Gramer, Foreign Policy

OAS Permanent Council rejects Nicolas Maduro’s new term [10/01/2019]
Victoria Gaytan, Global Americans 

Meet the New Face of Venezuela’s Opposition [09/01/2019]
Guillermo Zubillaga, Americas Quarterly

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