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Search WikiLeaks. Stratfor. Money and Intervention in Venezuela. Wikileaks: US Embassy Requests Funding for Anti-Chavez Groups. The latest Wikileaks releases include cables sent from the US Embassy in Caracas to the State Department, Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Council, and other US entities, indicating requests for additional US government funding for opposition groups in Venezuela. The cables corroborate documents previously obtained under the US Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that evidence ongoing US funding to support anti-Chavez groups and political parties in Venezuela actively working to destabilize and overthrow the South American government. One document dated March 2009, authored by Charge D’Affaires John Caulfield, reveals $10 million in funding via the US Embassy in Caracas to state and municipal opposition governments, as well as several NGOs, youth groups and political campaigns to counter the Chavez government.

The US diplomat was referring to regional elections in 2008 during which opposition parties won in 6 out of 23 states and dozens of municipalities. Eva Golinger. Eva Golinger, wikipedia. Golinger is the author of several books on Venezuela's relationship with the United States.

Eva Golinger, wikipedia

She is an outspoken supporter of the former socialist president of Venezuela, the late Hugo Chávez.[5] As of May 2011 she serves as a foreign policy advisor to the Venezuelan government.[6] Chávez has called her La novia de Venezuela ("The Girlfriend of Venezuela").[7] Golinger is a writer at,[8][9] and according to the National Catholic Reporter in 2004 was "head of the pro-Chávez Venezuela Solidarity Committee in New York".[10] Her website,, aims to shed light on what she calls links between U.S. government agencies and Venezuelan organizations by publishing documents obtained using the U.S.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).[11] Golinger is a weekly host for a television show on RT Network, a television channel financed by the government of Russia[4] and a member of the International Organization for a Participatory Society.[12] Eva Golinger (evagolinger) sur Twitter. Money and Intervention in Venezuela. Wikileaks: US Embassy Requests Funding for Anti-Chavez Groups.

Office for Transition Initiatives (OTI) Transition Initiatives, International Assistance Program. Venezuela, Foreign Assistence. Why Peak Funding in an Election Year? Foreign Assistance Data. Skip to main content.

Foreign Assistance Data

You are here: U.S. Protests Swell in Venezuela as Places to Rally Disappear. PNADC240. United States foreign aid. United States foreign aid is aid given by the United States to other countries.

United States foreign aid

It can be divided into two broad categories: military and economic assistance. It is given by the United States government , and by private organizations and individuals in the United States. Foreign aid has been given to a variety of recipients, including developing countries , countries of strategic importance to the United States, and countries recovering from war. The government channels about half of its economic assistance through a specialized agency, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Amounts [ edit source | edit beta ] In fiscal year 2011, the U.S. government allocated the following amounts for aid: Total economic and military assistance: $49.5 billion Total military assistance: $17.8 billion Total economic assistance: $31.7 billion of which, USAID assistance: $14.1 billion. [ 1 ] U.S.

Economic Freedom Fund relationship map. Obama Requests Funding for Venezuelan Opposition in 2012 Budget. Obama's 2012 Funding for Venezuelan Oposition. National Democratic Institute. National Democratic Institute for International Affairs. Logo of the NDIFIA The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) is an organization created by the United States government by way of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) to channel grants for furthering democracy in developing nations.

National Democratic Institute for International Affairs

It was founded in 1983, shortly after the U.S. International Republican Institute (IRI) International Republican Institute. Founded in 1983, the International Republican Institute (IRI) is an organisation, funded by the United States government, that conducts international political programs, sometimes called 'democratization programs'.[2] Initially known as the National Republican Institute for International Affairs, the IRI's stated mission is to "expand freedom throughout the world".

International Republican Institute

Its activities include teaching and assisting with right-wing political party and candidate development in their values, "good governance" practices, civil society development, civic education, women’s and youth leadership development, electoral reform and election monitoring, and political expression in closed societies. It has been chaired by former presidential candidate John McCain since January 1993.[1][3] Background[edit] The IRI is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1983 after U.S. The Westminster speech led to the establishment of the National Endowment for Democracy by Congress in 1983. National Endowment for Democracy. National Endowment for Democracy, Department of State. Just the Facts - U.S. military aid to Latin America and the Caribbean. Document: FY 2008 Supplemental Appropriations Spending Plan Country: Central America Regional, Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras Governing Justly and Democratically ($20 million) ESF funds will be used to promote economic and social development and good governance in targeted, low income areas, including rural communities vulnerable to drug trafficking, gang violence and organized crime.

Just the Facts - U.S. military aid to Latin America and the Caribbean

Support will be provided in the areas of gang prevention, community policing and establishing a community action fund targeted to poor, economically challenged and violent crime communities. Activities will reach countries in the sub-region based on existing gang violence and vulnerable youth with an emphasis on the northern tier, e.g., Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Economic Support Fund. The Cubian Project.