Two Brothers on Opposing Sides in Venezuela’s Political Conflict (Interview)

Vladimir and Ernesto Villegas – both well-known Venezuelan journalists – one part of the Maduro government and the other an

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The Oslo Crisis of the Venezuelan Right

By Marco Teruggi The Venezuelan right has a pattern of repeated behavior: it poses all or nothing strategies without having

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Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution in the Crosshairs of US Imperialism

By Roger Harris With the likes of John Bolton and Elliot Abrams directing US foreign policy, the US government has

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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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Chavismo, A Sentimental X-Ray

By Reinaldo Iturriza A good part of what I wrote until 2013 I did in direct interlocution with Chávez. It

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Venezuela Was Supposed to Be Easy

After Juan Guaidó’s fumbling coup attempt in Venezuela, it appears advocates of regime change have fallen flat on their faces.

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Venezuela: The Opposition Collapses, Revolution Advances

By Sean Orr On May 20, a massive rally filled downtown Caracas as Venezuela’s revolutionary movement marked one year since

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Settlers’ Movement: The Problem Lies in Trying to Build the Bolivarian Project Without Questioning the Logic of Capital (Part II)

Interview with leaders of the Movement of Settlers: Iraida Morocoima and Juan Carlos Rodríguez, of Pioneers Camp; and Hernán Vargas

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Alba-TCP Expresses its Support to President Maduro and the People of Venezuela

The 18th Political Council of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Treaty of Trade of the

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United States and Venezuela: A Historical Background

“Venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the world and they own it and we want it” — (Anonymous Trump

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Eyewitness in Venezuela: a 14-Year Perspective

By Peter Lackowski I was in Venezuela from April 26 to May 5, 2019. It was the fifth time I

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The Present-Day Situation in Venezuela Through the Voice of the Peasants

Last month, WhyHunger interviewed Kevin Rangel from the National Peasant Front Ezequiel Zamora, member of our ally global movement La

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Defending Chavez’s Project Today: A Conversation with Elias Jaua

A close collaborator of Hugo Chavez talks to VA about the initial goals of the movement, now under threat today.

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Why Many Venezuelans Are Still Chavistas (Video)

Despite the dramatic economic crisis and the constant political conflict in Venezuela, there still is a significant proportion of the

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Venezuela’s Crisis: A View From the Communes

By Federico Fuentes Within hours of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó calling for street mobilisations to back his attempted military

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