Marta Harnecker, One of the Greatest Thinker of the Latin American Left, Passed Away

As author, Marta Harnecker published more than 80 books, including “Elemental Concepts of Historical Materialism”, written in 1969 and has

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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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Explanations for the Current Crisis in Venezuela: A Clash of Paradigms and Narratives

By Steve Ellner Various developments at the outset of Nicolás Maduro’s presidency set the stage for what has been called

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The Loop (VI): Between the Shock and the Boiled frog Syndrome

Editorial note: While we support constructive criticism especially in the economic field and are aligned with most of Salas-Rodriguez positions,

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New Socialist Community Amatina: Much More Than Houses

With the delivery by President Nicolás Maduro, this Thursday, May 16, of the last 48 homes of the new Amatina

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A Reform that Illuminated the Land

One of the Revolutionary government’s first actions, May 17, 1959, was to proclaim the Agrarian Reform, giving the land to

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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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A Day in a Venezuelan Chavista Stronghold: Communal Resistance in Caracas

By Marco Teruggi Caracas is made up of several cities but at the same time it is one city. They

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Authentic Democracy: the Door to Socialism

By M.K. Owen (for OT) As Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly (ANC) prepares to present its Constitutional proposals to the Venezuelan

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Venezuela: Workers Take Over Thomas Greg And Sons Transnational Company and Reorganize Production

The following is a statement written by the Movimiento de Mujeres Ana Soto of Venezuela. The original can be found here,

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“Bolivia No Longer Begs” Says Communication Minister on Economy

Since 2006, Bolivia’s economy has grown nearly five percent annually and lifted almost a third of citizens out of poverty.

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Cuba: The New Constitution Comes Into Force Today

10/Abr/2019.- The new Cuban legal framework recognizes the importance of private property and extends individual rights. The National Assembly of the People’s

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Caracas International Theater Festival will take place between April 12 and 21 with more than 400 activities (+ Video)

The mayor of Caracas, Erika Farías, announced the production of the Eighth International Theater Festival, with more than 400 activities

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Bolivia’s Nationalized Oil Company Finds “A Sea of Gas”

The oil well is the property of the country’s state enterprise Bolivian Fiscal Oil Fields (YPFB). Bolivian President Evo Morales

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Cuban Solidarity in Venezuela Wears a White Coat

Some 155 Venezuelan doctors will conclude their specialty training in Cuba in 2020, a great opportunity for the country considering

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