Maria Paez Victor

María Páez Victor, Ph.D. is a Venezuelan born sociologist living in Canada. 

Is Washington Trying to Subvert Venezuela’s Elections?

Games Biden Plays

US Meddles in Another Nation’s Elections, Once Again

Pity the British

ExxonMobil’s Land Grab

Where is the Outrage?

Venezuela, Crime and Punishment?

Canada and the Kidnapping of Ambassador Saab

Lessons from Venezuela

Heroic Venezuela

Decay in the UK

Canada, the Bad Neighbor

Hush, Hush (Venezuela is Winning!)

The Eurocentrism Curse

Disease as a Weapon: Has the US Blocked Vaccines For Venezuela?

Eight Years Without President Chávez  

Washington, Heal Thyself

A New Us Policy Toward Venezuela: What’s In It For President Biden?

Do Canadians Know?

Venezuela in the 2020 Pandemic

What If Armed Terrorists Threatened the Prime Minister of Canada?

Despite the Siege, Venezuela Controls the Coronavirus

Solidarity or Disaster

Canada Trapped By Its Own Folly

Trump’s Imaginary World, Maduro’s Real World

Indians Shall Not Govern

Venezuela: Disturbing Echoes of History

Bloody Canada: Cheerleading the Lima Group’s Plot to Overthrow the Government of Venezuela

How Reuters Slandered Venezuela’s Social Benefits Card

An Open Letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Venezuela

Who is Afraid of Venezuelan Democracy?

The Opposition in Venezuela: Terrorists or “Rebels”?

Venezuelan Opposition Now Opposes the People

Canada: Trump’s Terrier at the OAS

Fake News: Venezuela Upholds Rule of Law, But Press Calls It Dictatorship

Animals Included: Hating Venezuela

To Overthrow a Government With Beer: Trumpism in Latin America

Why is the US So Frightened of Venezuela?

Venezuela Under Attack Again

Media War Against Venezuela Continues

Why Do Venezuelan Women Vote for Chavez?

Canada’s Autocratic Farce