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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Venezuelan Community Builds Solidarity Pharmacy to Counter US Sanctions

The economic sanctions have severely affected Venezuela’s ability to import life-saving medicines. At least one community, however, is responding by

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Delcy Rodriguez in a Meeting With UN Representatives: We Ask for a Scientific Revision of Your Figures (Migration)

The vice president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, invited representatives of the United Nations (UN) in the

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Besieged Like a Medieval City

By Víctor Hugo Majano Venezuela has suffered a prolonged siege and blockade since 2013 in order to provoke its surrender

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The Last Round / Between Market “Interventions” and the Frenzy of “Chic” Cocadas

By Jessica Dos Santos Since I have use of consciousness, my mother has been a woman of solutions. That’s why,

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The Day Venezuela Went Dark: Unknown Story Behind the “Blackout”

At 4:42 on the afternoon of March 7, the Metro lines of Caracas, in the Venezuelan capital, went out. The

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Tales of Resistance: Beyond Black and White

On the 20th anniversary of Chávez’s first “Aló Presidente” broadcast, VA columnist Jessica Dos Santos looks back on this revolutionary

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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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Criminal Differential: Learn Pan Flour Price in Colombia and Venezuela

One kilo of the precooked white corn flour produced by Empresas Polar and extensively used in Venezuela for “arepas”, and

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Why are There Queues for Gas in Venezuela

During the last few days there has been an appreciable increase in queues due to the reduction in the supply

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The Exchange Game of Thrones: Notes on the “end” of DICOM (I)

At this point in the situation of the country and economic policy, the best thing to do when understanding what

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Tales of Resistance: “So Much Work and Nothing to Show for It”

In the first installment of her monthly “Tales of Resistance” column, Jessica Dos Santos reflects on the upcoming Workers’ Day

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Lula on Venezuela: Error or “Economic War”?

By Víctor Hugo Majano The regrettable and brief statement by Lula about Venezuela (in his first interview after being jailed)

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Russia Outraged by US Sanctions Against Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza

The Federal Republic of Russia expressed its indignation on Friday over the unilateral sanctions imposed by the government of the

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Venezuelans: “We Want to Resolve our Problems by Ourselves”

“Why don’t you go to Venezuela and speak to people living there to find out what is really going on?”

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