UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Bachelet’s Gift to the US: Justifying Regime Change in Venezuela

By Roger D. Harris UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Michelle Bachelet’s report on Venezuela echoes the US government’s talking

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The Petro: Three Sides of a Coin

By Pasqualina Curcio Equivalent to a barrel of oil, the petro emerged at the end of 2017 in response to

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It’s Time to Rethink

By Pasqualina Curcio In the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) they thought that by decreasing the amount of money they

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A Criminal Affair: United States Imposes War on the Venezuelan People

by W. T. Whitney To replace Venezuela’s government with one to its liking, the United States uses special war-making tools.

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Pasqualina Curcio: “Imperialism Does Not Understand the Resistance of the Venezuelan People” (Interview)

Each time the imperial economic attack intensifies against Venezuela, many glances are directed, by way of consultation, towards the economist

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International reserves

By Pasqualina Curcio.- Strengthen the Bolivar and prevent third parties from politically manipulating its value, among other things, requires the

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* Challenge for 2019

By Pasqualina Curcio.- Economically, stopping induced hyperinflation is still the most urgent, not only because it pulverizes wages, but also

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Hyperinflation: Theoretical and Political Enigmas

  By: Pasqualina Curcio  [1] “In wars, who sells weapons?” Enigmas Eduardo Galeano Upside down. School world upside down. 1998

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