Fernández's ties with Juan Guaidó and Nicolás Maduro's camps are developing him into a middleman between the sides
Bolsonaro retires country from another multilateral group, citing ineffectiveness and ties to Venezuela and Cuba
Former opposition deputy Luis Parra leads Maduro-backed attempt at displacing opposition leader, but Mexico, Uruguay and Argentina disapprove
The center-left coalition, with Cuba and Venezuela excluded, is emerging as counterweight to the conservative Lima Group
President-elect looks to strike the right notes in foreign policy and with allies at home
The Fernández-Fernández ticket is accusing the government of populism and Venezuela-like economic problems. But will the strategy be believable?
Shared economic struggles and political enemies draw right-wing leaders together despite Brasilia's more hardline stance
Senator Federico Pinedo sat with The Essential to talk about his work soothing foreign investors and the Macri administration's approach recent approach to Peronism.
Macri has made democracy and human rights in Venezuela a consistent part of his messaging