May 13, 2014

Venezuela: The Forgotten Revolution

Bridget Johnson, PJ Media

The Associated Press

Opponents to the Chavista rule of Nicolas Maduro poured out into the streets as the Euromaidan activists were demanding a future free from the Kremlin’s grip, creating a tug-o-war with the news cycle at different corners of the globe as both Venezuelans and Ukrainians demanded democracy and an economically viable future.

Now, both in the news cycle and in Washington, Venezuela is almost the forgotten revolution.

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