“Our resistance has not been passive” (Interview)

In Caracas, wonderful things happen daily and these things do not stop happening even in difficult moments. In fact, it

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Cuba Condemns Terrorist Sabotage Against Venezuela’s Electric System

DECLARATION OF THE REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA The Revolutionary Government strongly condemns the sabotage perpetrated against the power supply system

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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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Why Women Defend Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Since Hugo Chavez’s electoral victory in 1998, Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution has commenced a radical change in the economic, civic, and

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101 on Guaido’s Strikes of Public Employees

On March 5, 2019, Mr. Juan Guaidó, a deputy who claims to be the interim president of Venezuela, met with

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On the Sixth Anniversary of Chávez’s Death, Time for Reflection

By Aram Aharonian Six years after Hugo Chávez’s death, Venezuela is undergoing constant aggression from the U.S. government and the

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10 Years of Community Journey in El Maizal Commune: For Chávez and Socialism, We’re Going for More!

On March 5, 2009, Comandante Chávez reaffirmed, with a government decision, a central policy of his vision of socialism: the

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Dogs and Cats Enjoy Carnival in Caracas

Mision Nevado is a social program launched in Venezuela by President Maduro five years ago to provide assistance for free

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Cuba’s Referendum: Cuba Has Indeed “Changed” but Not as Some Had Hoped

By Arnold August* The final results were announced on March 1st, 2019. However, based on my visit to Cuba last

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Bolivia Inaugurates Free Universal Health Care System

At least 70 percent of the Bolivian population will be covered by the new system. President Evo Morales launched Friday Bolivia’s new and free

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Cuba Says YES, Loud and Clear: New Constitution

The 86.85% of voters who cast ballots on February 24 said YES to the new Constitution, 6,816,169 Cubans who reaffirmed

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Roger Waters, Socialists Say No to Bernie and AOC’s Positions on Venezuela

While Senator Sanders seems to support a supposedly “democratic” kind of regime change in Venezuela, journalist Ben Norton, who has

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128 International Students Graduated Yesterday from the Latin American School of Medicine

A total of 128 International students of the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM), Salvador Allende, graduated this Tuesday, in

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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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Venezuela has the right to exist without imperialist intervention

By Katya Derevo On January 10, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro was sworn in for a second six-year term after winning

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