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As the one guy I know who's spent a fair bit of time actually in Honduras over the last few years, the Interamerican Dialogue's Michael Lisman is an invaluable source on all the craziness happening there recently. I talked to him on a not-necessarily-all-that-clear Skype connection. The guy says Micheletti, in particular, is quickly wearing out his welcome even among the coupsters' ranks.

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The second part of my interview with Brian Nelson about his new book, The Silence and The Scorpion.

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Part I of a wide-ranging interview on the coup against Hugo Chávez in April 2002.

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Leopoldo Lopez on the day of the vote.

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Or Globovision-Kitsch

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Wesleyan University's Francisco Rodriguez tells us why Venezuela's economy did so poorly from the late 1970s.

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