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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“Regime Change Begins at Home” – Max Blumenthal Speaks in Venezuelan Presidential Palace

The Grayzone’s Max Blumenthal and the Embassy Protection Collective address the media after meeting with President Nicolás Maduro at Miraflores

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Chavismo, a Sentimental X-Ray (XV): How it is Possible

By Reinaldo Iturriza Featured image: Chavez atop a hill, by La Piedrera, in December 2010, when flooding left around 120

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Chavismo, A Sentimental X-Ray (II) – Loyal but Resigned

By Reinaldo Iturriza In October 2013 I wrote some lines about a phenomenon that I identified as one of the

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Jose Alejandro Delgado: “Peace is now” (Interview)

Editorial note: This song among other beautiful songs promoting peace have been broadcast at nauseam in Venezuelan public media (radio

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Haiti: Prelude to a Revolution

Jovenel Moïse, the corrupt US backed president of Haiti, is faced with a rapidly spreading insurrection. The population had resoundingly

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Luigino Bracci Roa: “The Criticism is to Fix the Problems not to Overthrow the Revolution”

The Bolivarian process needs to be technologically independent because one of these days foreign companies block any service and paralyze

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French Yellow Vests to Macron: “It’s a Revolution” (Images)

At least 25,000 people demonstrated throughout France demanding fiscal justice and President Emmanuel Macron to step down. Clashes broke out in Paris as yellow vest protesters approached the National Assembly. According to

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