People have to recognize, I think economic gain isn’t everything, and you can lose your democracy.
Mark TooleyFebruary 26, 2021
Some observers call for a relaxation of US sanctions on Venezuela during the COVID-19 pandemic. Eric Farnsworth offers a different recommendation.
Eric FarnsworthMay 1, 2020
Paul Coyer speaks with Samuel Olson, who can justifiably be considered Venezuela’s most influential evangelical leader and is a respected leader not just in Venezuela and Latin America, but globally.
Samuel Olson & Paul CoyerJune 18, 2019
Professor and contributing editor Paul Coyer joins Providence managing editor Drew Griffin, for a discussion about the ongoing tragedy in Venezuela.
Paul CoyerJune 3, 2019
While there continues to be a movement among policymakers in Caracas, Washington, and even Oslo, the Venezuelan church has made several provocative statements in recent weeks, demonstrating that even its patience is running out.
W. Alejandro SanchezMay 24, 2019
Over the past couple of weeks, Paul Coyer had a series of conversations with Rabbi Pynchas Brener about the history of the Jewish community in Venezuela, the role it has played both prior to and during the period of Chavismo, and his hopes for his nation’s future.
Paul CoyerMay 14, 2019
At this point, it is necessary to discuss the rhetoric utilized by the White House and US Congress regarding Venezuela, compared to how senior US military commanders discuss the situation and the possibility of US military action in the South American country.
W. Alejandro SanchezMay 8, 2019
Violence and strife are wracking the South American nation because of a struggle over executive power. Here is what you should know about the current Venezuela presidential crisis.
Joe CarterMay 3, 2019
If ever there was an example of a government not performing even the most basic of ethical duties to its citizens, it is that of Venezuela under Nicolás Maduro.
Paul CoyerApril 26, 2019