The Venezuelan Dark Blue Pill

By G. A. Mercado Petroleum and its derivatives became Venezuelan main exports since it started to be exploited back in

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Besieged Like a Medieval City

By Víctor Hugo Majano Venezuela has suffered a prolonged siege and blockade since 2013 in order to provoke its surrender

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Chavismo, A Sentimental X-Ray (II) – Loyal but Resigned

By Reinaldo Iturriza In October 2013 I wrote some lines about a phenomenon that I identified as one of the

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BBC correspondent claims ‘we don’t do propaganda’ on Venezuela. Let’s look at its coverage.

The greatest trick the BBC ever pulled was to convince the world its bias doesn’t exist. Whether BBC journalists are

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The War on Venezuela is Built on Lies

By John Pilger In this analysis, John Pilger looks back over the Chavez years in Venezuela, including his own travels

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Chavez and the Twilight of Capitalism: A Conversation with Eduardo Rothe

A philosopher, fisherman and former member of the Situationist International reflects on the Bolivarian Revolution. Eduardo Rothe, fisherman and philosopher.

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* Chavistamente: I am Chávez

We were in the last corner of the Perfect Campaign [Chavez’s last presidential race in 2012], I had only been

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