The Crisis of Multilateralism and the War Against Venezuela

By Jesse Chacón Escamillo The new international order established after the humanitarian catastrophe generated by the Second World War, created

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Do Drones Dream Of Electric War Crimes?

By Caitlin Johnstone RELATED CONTENT: Iran Shoots Down US Military Drone to Send “Clear Message” to Trump as Tensions Soar

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Chavismo, A Sentimental X-ray (VI): Apostates

I believe I am not mistaken if I affirm that Chavismo is a rather silent subject. There will be exceptions,

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Guaido-Gate and Viceroyalty

By Earle Herrera Once again there are Venezuelans bending their knees to the Viceroyalty of Santafé. The historical aberration was

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Centrists Within US Democrats Fear a Leftward Political Slide if Trump Impeached

By Steve Ellner No matter how reprehensible one considers former US president Bill Clinton’s actions to have been in the

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Did Venezuelan Coup Leaders Pocket $70 Million from Citgo’s Stolen US Assets?

Venezuela’s government has claimed the Department of Justice will investigate Citgo’s opposition-appointed board for the theft of $70 million. But

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Jovenel Moïse: a President Doomed to Leave Office! (Part 1)

By Catherine Charlemagne By choice or by force, President Jovenel Moïse will have to step down. He will not finish

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Egypt: Morsi’s Legacy – Unlikely Democrat, Reluctant Martyr

By Eric Walberg Mohamed Morsi (1951–2019) was the fifth President of Egypt (30 June 2012 to 3 July 2013), deposed

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Inside Canada’s Outsized and Under-Scrutinized Bid to Overthrow Maduro

Canada has been a major player in orchestrating repeated coup attempts in Venezuela since Juan Guaido declared himself president in

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What About Venezuela’s Hacked Power Grid?

By Dave Lindorff Russia and the US are engaging in tit-for-tat hacking of each others’ power grid, the New York

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The Rising Tide of Socialism and the 15th Anniversary of the PSL’s Founding

By Brian Becker The Party for Socialism and Liberation turns 15 years old today. We started with a small handful

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From Exxon to ‘Ambassador’: How Carlos Vecchio Became Venezuela’s Top Coup Lobbyist

The story of regime-change brain Carlos Vecchio’s rise through elite US institutions and the oil industry captures the essence of

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PETRO, a Crypto Case Study

By G.A. Mercado Venezuelan Dark Blue Pill #002 If necessity is the mother of invention and the species that survive is the one most

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“If This Is True, They Are Even Bigger Lunatics Than We Realized”: UN Officials Reportedly Believe Trump Planning “Massive” Bombing Campaign in Iran

“There would be no going back from this. There’s no such thing as a ‘one and done’ military strike on

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Sanctions are Genocidal, and They are the US’s Favorite Weapon

By Justin Podur After withdrawing from the nuclear deal with Iran last year and resuming sanctions last November, the White

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