Venezuelan Gov’t and Opposition to Continue Negotiation Talks in Barbados

The objective of the round of talks is to advance in “verifiable and feasible” agreements on economic, political and electoral

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“Weaponizing Human Rights”: UN Chief Bachelet’s Venezuela Report Follows US Regime Change Script

Former UN special rapporteur Alfred de Zayas slams UN High Commissioner Bachelet’s report on Venezuela as a politicized collection of

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From the “Destruction” of Chavismo to the Epicentre to the Anti-Imperialist Left

By Arnold August Who would have thought that, during the attempted coup d’état in Venezuela on January 23 and its

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Venezuelan Popular Movements Look for a “Chavista Overcoming of the Crisis”

VA’s Ricardo Vaz reports on efforts from the Chavismo to regroup and rescue Chávez’s socialist horizon. A conference titled “Dialogue

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Gaddafi’s Frozen Assets: How UK is Capitalizing on the Libyan People’s Money

Following the exposure of Belgium’s mishandling of Muammar Gaddafi’s frozen funds, it turns out that the British government has been

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South African President Rallies Behind Huawei, says US is “Jealous”

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says his administration will not let the country’s economy get affected by the U.S.-China trade

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Telling the Truth in a Climate of Disinformation

By Gerry Conover A rogue’s gallery within the U.S. government has served up to the American people a barrage of

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The “Art” of “Entrepreneurship”

By Jessica Dos Santos Jardim At the beginning of 2017, in the midst of the strongest protests and everyone being

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“Canada Adopts America First Foreign Policy,” US State Dept boasted in 2017, with appointment of FM Chrystia Freeland

The US embassy in Ottawa boasted in a March 2017 memo, “Canada Adopts ‘America First’ Foreign Policy,” just after PM

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Expansion of the Monetary Cone

By Pasqualina Curcio The new notes of 10,000, 20,000 and 50,000 sovereign bolivars will neither accelerate nor decelerate inflation. They

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Sentimental X-ray of Chavismo (X): Coffee

On February 20, 2009, Chávez dropped in by surprise at the house of Nohemí, over there in the community of

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