Tag Archives: Venezuela

Mark Collins – Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution in Action

11 Oct

You can’t make this stuff up–couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.  A tweet: More on Venezuela. Mark Collins, a prolific Ottawa blogger, is a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Insti…

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Mark Collins – Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution Blues, Aviation and Airlines Section

29 Jul

The country’s crashing and burning continues (note that Air Canada pulled out in 2014): Venezuela was once an aviation gateway to South America. Now it’s an outcast. Perched on a coastal plai…

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Mark Collins – Venezuela Continues to Crash and Burn: Why is US Intel Drawing Attention?

16 May

Further to this April post, Mark Collins – China Buys Venezuela, Part 2 since Venezuela’s dire straits are well known, enquiring minds want to know why the American intelligence community is …

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Mark Collins – Venezuela Crashes and Burns…and the Dragon’s Stranglehold

10 Feb

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Mark Collins – OPEC: Venezuela–and others–Screwed by The Kingdom (with some fracking help)

7 Dec

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