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D.C. Lobbying Firm to Pay Chevron $15M

Latest blow to efforts to enforce judgment against oil company

May 7, 2014

Lawmakers Concerned About Deteriorating U.S.-Ecuador Relations

Send letter to Ecuadorian president ahead of his speeches at U.S. universities

Ecuador President Rafael Correa to Speak at Harvard

Has been criticized for anti-American rhetoric, crackdown on press freedoms

March 28, 2014

Ros-Lehtinen Slams Lack of Action on Venezuela

Criticizes Obama administration for failing to engage on human rights abuses

March 14, 2014
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Lawmakers Criticize Latin American Democracies for Inaction in Venezuela

Organization of American States holds closed-door meeting to discuss crisis

March 7, 2014

Ecuadorian Media Regulator Attacks Free Beacon

Government official allegedly involved in illicit Correa politicking, online harassment campaigns

March 6, 2014
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Court Rules Environmentalist Suit Against Chevron Tainted by Fraud

Oil company wins RICO suit against attorneys seeking to enforce multibillion-dollar judgment

March 4, 2014

Ecuadorians Deny Making Improper Contributions to Sen. Menendez

New Jersey senator reportedly being investigated for a quid pro quo

January 24, 2014