In Venezuela, we have been dedicating our lives to restore our nation’s political and economic freedoms.
Analyzing the latest events in Venezuela is a difficult task, since what we have experienced in the last two months is the result of well-known processes, and others that are somewhat hidden, which are not always considered by those who diligently follow this situation.
Venezuela Aid Live is a 22 February 2019 concert to benefit Venezuela that took place in Cúcuta, a city on the Venezuelan–Colombian border. The all-day concert, called Música por Venezuela: Ayuda y Libertad (English: Music for Venezuela: Aid and Freedom), is organized by Richard Branson, and featured over thirty of the best known Latin American artists from nine countries.
Secret documents from German state media broadcaster ARD reveal how state television frames the narrative, in a style that East German spin doctors couldn't have done better.
Despite what some would have you believe, Guaido's assumption of power in Venezuela was not the work of one wizard, operating behind the scenes.
"This story was the result of consulting with several sources that prefer to remain anonymous and not be cited."
Jorge Jraissati had to flee from Venezuela, in an interview with Freedom Today he tells us his incredible experiences and what is really going on in Venezuela. Jorge Jraissati studies Economics and Business Management at the FAU Honors College.
"The young people on Venezuela continue standing in their convictions for freedom. They are fighting for a free society, fighting for the respect of life and private property and fighting for the the opportunity to fulfill theier dream
We hope that we can get more pictures and reports from Venezuela to inform you about the current situation!
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Those Fishy-Looking Russian Economic Stats Look A Lot Like Those Fishy -Looking Soviet Economic Stats
When Russia's state statistics agency released its initial estimates of 2018 economic growth on February 4, it caught economists, investment bankers, financial analysts, and many others off-guard.
It wasn't because the reported gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 2.3 percent was earth-shattering, or even that it was the country's strongest showing in six years. It was that Rosstat's figure bettered even the most optimistic forecasts, with experts having predicted something in the range of 1.8 to 2.1 percent.
Vladislav Surkov’s job has always been to get people talking about everything except what’s real.
On Feb. 11, the ill-reputed Vladislav Surkov, now personal advisor to President Vladimir Putin on Ukraine, published another magnum opus that will almost surely have the pundits hopping. In the spirit of public service, then, here’s a preemptive debunking: Surkov’s a shill.
Three years after the Maidan Revolution Freedom Today Network visited Ukraine to learn about the current situation, speak to Ukrainians and experts about the future of the country on the black sea.