The Organization of American States has defended the rights of all nations in the Western Hemisphere since its founding in 1948.
The Organization of American States chose Luis Almagro again to be its leader for the next five years, signaling a commitment to a free Western Hemisphere.
The secretary of state emphasized that multilateral relationships in the Americas will bring democratic change to countries oppressed by authoritarianism.
Learn what the Rio Treaty is (and isn't) and what its activation by the OAS means for the former Maduro regime in Venezuela.
The ongoing suffering of the Venezuelan people, displaced and at home, was at the top of the agenda during the OAS General Assembly in Medellin, Colombia.
A vote in the Organization of American States has deepened the international isolation of Nicolás Maduro and his cronies in Venezuela.
The OAS secretary general and other Maduro regime critics say Venezuela's police have gotten lessons from Cuban advisers on how to torture prisoners.