Venezuelans March Against US Embargo in Enormous #NoMoreTrump Protest

The Grayzone attends a massive march where hundreds of thousands took to the streets of Caracas to condemn the US

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Chavismo, a Sentimental X-Ray (and XXI): Present and future

This dialectical relation between necessity and contingency, structure and break, history and event lays the basis for the possibility of

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How Neighborhoods React to the Economic Blockade in Venezuela

By Marco Teruggi The blockade on the Venezuelan economy is not abstract: it hits on a daily basis in the

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Thousands of Chavistas Fill Streets of Venezuelan Cities to Protest US Sanctions(Images + Videos)

Thousands of people filled on Saturday streets of Caracas and other Venezuelan cities to express protest against new US sanctions

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Western Media is Lying & Fabricating Сhaos That Doesn’t Exist in Venezuela – Journalist (Interview)

Russia has called the move by the United States to freeze all Venezuelan government assets in the US “economic terror.”

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A Brief Manual for Foreigners on Why Venezuela Has Not Fallen

The Venezuela Great Housing Mission has benefitted more than 2 million families. By Franco Vielma Within the framework of the

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Chavismo, a Sentimental X-Ray (XX): Government

In the spaces committed to the defense of the Bolivarian revolution, the problem of the relationship with the government is

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In Venezuela, Social, Popular and Communal Unity Is Not an Illusion

The Corriente Revolucionaria Bolívar y Zamora interviewed Ángel Prado, the spokesperson of the Socialist Commune El Maizal, a campesino organization

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Chavismo, a Sentimental X-Ray (XIX): To March, To Leave

Even today, some Chavista mobilizations resemble overflowing rivers: human flows with such great energy that it is impossible to channel

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Why the Leadership in Venezuela Does Not Betray

By Laila Tajeldine In 1999, when everything in Venezuela seemed to collapse, was elected as the new president of Venezuela’s Hugo

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