Hondurans Defeat Privatization Measure with Massive Mobilizations

The measure would have privatized education and healthcare services in a country where access to these services is already highly

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Colombia: Nationwide Strike Against Duque’s Neoliberal Policies

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Who is Gustavo Tarre Briceno? A Brief profile

The Guaido’s new “ambassador” to what remains of the OAS, born in Caracas in 1946, Gustavo Tarre Briceño is remembered

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‘Weak Journalism’: NYT Fails to Disclose Op-Ed Writer’s Close Family Ties to Venezuelan Opposition Leader

Newspaper keeps from readers that author’s father was recently appointed to powerful position by opposition leader Juan Guaidó By Eoin

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Ricardo Hausmann’s “Morning After” for Venezuela: The Neoliberal Brain Behind Juan Guaido’s Economic Agenda

While online audiences know YouTube comedian Joanna Hausmann from her videos making the case for regime change, her economist father

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IMF Ignores Guaidó – Lack of Consensus

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) does not recognize the self-proclamation of Juan Guaidó as “president interim” of Venezuela due to

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Venezuela Coup Leader’s Oil Plans Revealed: Guaidó Hopes to Privatize State-Controlled Industry

US-appointed coup leader Juan Guaidó and his right-wing economic advisers drafted plans to privatize Venezuela’s oil industry and open up

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*Thirty Years After the Caracazo, Neoliberalism Comes for Revenge

I. When it was time for Izaguirre to speak, that afternoon of February 28, 1989, the blood had already flowed

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Inside the neoliberal laboratory preparing for the theft of Venezuela’s economy

Inside the neoliberal laboratory preparing for the theft of Venezuela’s economy By Justin Podur   As we watch a U.S.-backed

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Venezuela: To Close Ranks Against Disciplinary Neoliberalism

By Reinaldo Iturriza I.-When writing these lines I have in mind, mainly, the contingent of comrades who, for various reasons,

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Bolivia: Neoliberals to Blame for US$22B in Economic Damage

A special parliamentary commission investigated the privatization process that began in 1985 and ended in 2005. Seven Bolivian governments fostered the privatization of 212 companies, which caused great economic

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Ecuador: Social Movements Mobilize Against Economic Measures

Teachers, health professionals, and transport workers who make up the National Citizens’ Assembly, announced protests against the government’s new policies. Social movements and unions such as the Ecuador’s Workers Unity Front

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Resistance against Neoliberalism Is Not Terrorism

By Nino Pagliccia Resistance is not terrorism. And yet we do have resistance against oppressing rightwing neoliberal policies, and we

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