» The Commune is the Supreme Expression of Participatory Democracy: A Conversation with Anacaona Marin of El Panal Commune
19/04/19 19:19 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
In this interview, VA talks with a member of the Alexis Vive Patriotic Force, an organization based in the 23 de Enero barrio in Caracas that has worked to build one of Venezuela’s flagship urban communes.

» US Sanctions Venezuela’s Central Bank
18/04/19 17:21 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
The latest sanctions are meant to limit Venezuela’s access to US dollars.

» Defending Venezuela: Two Approaches
18/04/19 13:48 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Chris Gilbert argues that solidarity movements defending Venezuela's sovereignty should also engage with the revolutionary proposals of the Bolivarian process.

» The Latin American Left’s Setbacks: What Does It All Mean?
16/04/19 09:23 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Steve Ellner and Alan Freeman talk about the Pink Tide and what came after in Venezuela and in the Latin American region.

» Venezuela: Canada Imposes Fresh Sanctions as Pompeo Vows to ‘Tighten Noose’
15/04/19 20:43 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Lima Group have pledged more sanctions against Venezuela.

» Who Are Venezuela’s Colectivos?
15/04/19 12:05 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Green Left Weekly's Federico Fuentes recently visited Venezuela, and offers his account on the famed "colectivos" who are so demonized by the mainstream press.

» Can the Bolivarian Revolution Survive the Venezuelan Crisis?
12/04/19 12:45 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Creating the space for and allowing the Bolivarian Revolution to flourish is perhaps the most important achievement of Venezuela’s Chavista government — but can it survive the current crisis? Dario Azzellini, George Ciccarello-Maher and ...

» Is the U.S. Prepared to Accept a Defeat in Venezuela?
12/04/19 12:29 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Analyst Marco Teruggi takes stock of the US-backed coup attempt and discusses what comes next.

» US Threatens Venezuela at UNSC as IMF Freezes Funds
11/04/19 17:33 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Diplomatic battles rage on at international bodies such as the UNSC, the OAS and the IMF.

» Venezuela: New Power Outage as Oil Output Plummets
10/04/19 22:19 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Venezuela’s oil output fell significantly in March as a result of electricity problems and US sanctions.

» Socialism Has to Be Feminist or It Won’t Be Emancipatory: A Conversation with Indhira Libertad Rodriguez
08/04/19 20:44 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
In this interview, a young feminist intellectual looks at how feminism intersects with the anti-imperialist and anticapitalist struggles.

» Venezuela: US Imposes Fresh Sanctions as Rival Marches Held
08/04/19 18:18 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Washington further tightened the screws on Venezuela’s oil industry Friday.

» Over 40 Groups Call on Congress to Oppose Sanctions, Military Intervention
08/04/19 16:21 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Several US groups are pressuring Congress to oppose sanctions and military intervention against Venezuela.

» Guaido’s Parliamentary Immunity Revoked as Maduro Sacks Electricity Minister
03/04/19 19:55 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
The measure paves the way for criminal proceedings to be brought against the opposition leader.

» Venezuela, US Solidarity, and the Future of Socialism
02/04/19 16:09 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
The US left's failure to build solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution has opened the way for right-wing efforts to delegitimize Maduro as a dictator and justify US intervention. 

» Venezuelan Gov’t Authorizes Expansion of Red Cross Aid
01/04/19 19:57 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Opposition leader Guaido claimed “victory” but government spokespeople say the move has “nothing to do” with US efforts to force in “humanitarian aid.”

» Venezuela’s Maduro Announces Electricity Rationing Plan as Protests Break Out
01/04/19 13:11 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Scattered demonstrations took place in parts of Caracas and several provinces as the government tries to address water and electricity shortages.

» Venezuela: Why is Maduro Still in Power?
01/04/19 09:29 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Green Left Weekly's Federico Fuentes analyses why Maduro remains in power after recently visiting Venezuela.

» Everyone Washington Supports, by Definition, Is a Moderate Centrist
31/03/19 16:27 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Alan Macleod looks at how US backed figures get portrayed by the mainstream media, regardless of their true colors.

» Venezuela’s Oil Production Plummets in February Due to New US Sanctions
29/03/19 15:18 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
The Center for Economic Policy Research in Washington DC analyzes the "very harsh impact" of the latest sanctions imposed on Venezuela's oil sector.

» Venezuela: Guaido Barred from Public Office as Maduro Announces Temporary Electricity Rationing
28/03/19 15:10 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Workers from other industries have flocked to the Guri Dam to help repair the fire damage.

» Venezuela: Despite the Crisis, Chavez’s Legacy Endures
28/03/19 10:09 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Federico Fuentes reports on his recent visit to Venezuela where he encountered an entirely different reality to that depicted by the mainstream mdia.

» Trump: ‘Russia Has to Get Out’ of Venezuela
27/03/19 22:11 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Trump told reporters he would “fix” Venezuela.

» Pathological Deceit: The NYT Inverts Reality on Venezuela’s Cuban Doctors
27/03/19 17:41 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
VA's Lucas Koerner and Ricardo Vaz examine a recent New York times article about the role of Cuban doctors in Venezuela.

» The Time for Peace Is Now: An Interview with José Alejandro Delgado
26/03/19 22:00 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Young Venezuelan singer José Alejandro Delgado talks to VA about the current struggle for peace and the role artists should play.

» Venezuela: New Widespread Power Outage as Gov’t Denounces Alleged Attacks
26/03/19 20:16 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Venezuelan authorities denounced a “double attack” against the country’s electrical infrastructure.

» Venezuelans: 'We Want to Resolve Our Problems by Ourselves'
26/03/19 09:29 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Federico Fuentes visited Venezuela recently. This brief report channels the voice of working-class Venezuelans who are against US interventionism.

» Venezuelan Gov’t Presents Evidence of Alleged Opposition Paramilitary Plot
25/03/19 17:09 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Venezuelan authorities claim to have uncovered the plot from a conversation between Guaido and Russian pranksters impersonating the president of Switzerland.

» Trump’s Sanctions Kill Venezuelan People. Why Can’t UN Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet ‘Fully Acknowledge’ That?
25/03/19 08:52 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
Joe Emersberger takes apart Bachelet's recent comments on Venezuela and US-led sanctions.

» Thirty Years after Venezuela’s 'Caracazo': A Conversation with Livia Vargas
23/03/19 16:17 from New on venezuelanalysis.com
During three days in late February 1989, the Venezuelan people rose up to protest the newly-elected government’s neoliberal policies. The repression that followed left thousands dead, but the rebellion spelled the end of an epoch and the...

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