Jose Alejandro Delgado: “Peace is now” (Interview)

Editorial note: This song among other beautiful songs promoting peace have been broadcast at nauseam in Venezuelan public media (radio

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Arantxa Tirado: “This System is Sustained Because Workers are Too Good” (Interview)

“The struggle of the working class can not be led discursively, or in practical terms, by sectors that do not

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Repoliticize: Govern Revolutionarily

Suspicious as I am of the “instruments” to measure who is more revolutionary than who, and enemy of the contests

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The Energy Trap

Definition of “power”: quality (verb and noun) of that person or group that accumulates, controls and manages energy. Noun: if

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  Dear readers, Orinoco Tribune needs your help to keep operating and providing alternative information about Venezuela for English speakers.

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The Truth: What is it For?

I am a firm follower of the sentence that says “the executioner does not beg for mercy”.  Since I learned

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The Global Left and the Danger of a Dirty War in Venezuela

Lucas Koerner warns that the Global North “left” critique of “authoritarianism” in Venezuela serves as ideological cover for the current coup

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‘Civil society’ is a mask for privilege in Venezuela

After the arrival of Columbus in 1498, Venezuela was set up as a plantation economy in which small groups of

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Iturriza: “There are Only two Positions in Venezuela”

Reinaldo Iturriza, former Minister of Communes was interviewed last February the 14th in the Caracas’s Teresa Carreno Complex, by Pablo

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Elías Jaua: Developing this project in alliance with the bourgeoisie is an illusion

On the morning of this Tuesday, February 12, the sociologist Elias Jaua, leader of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela,

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Venezuela: To Close Ranks Against Disciplinary Neoliberalism

By Reinaldo Iturriza I.-When writing these lines I have in mind, mainly, the contingent of comrades who, for various reasons,

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In Venezuela, White Supremacy Is a Key Driver of the Coup

By Greg Palast Note: Palast covered Venezuela during the Chavez presidency for BBC Television Newsnight and the Guardian. Readers of

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Orinoco Tribune is a project that was launched at the end of November, 2018, and the idea for our site

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What Keeps Chavismo Standing?

The open threats of a military intervention against Venezuela and the appointment of a “parallel government” imply the continuation of

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Maduro: Ideals of Antonio Gramsci Summon us to Continue the Fight Against Fascism

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, paid tribute to the Italian revolutionary Antonio Gramsci on the

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