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The United States is stepping up sanctions against Venezuela, calling it a "security threat". A failed strategy, Latin American scientists believe.

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"An unusual and extraordinary threat to US national security and foreign policy." This is the wording of a decree issued by US President Barack Obama on Monday 9 March. Neither radical Islamists nor Russian aggressors are condemned in the White House statement, but the left-wing radical government in Venezuela, led by Nicolás Maduro. Maduro and his allies in the region have responded to the condemnations and sanctions with rage and accusations of sabotage. "It is the same visa as always, […] what the United States wants is to destabilize the progressive governments of the region," Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said in response to the sanctions, according to Latin American broadcaster Telesur. However, it is not just Venezuela's allies who are reacting to the North American. . .

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