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Venezuelan Fishermen to Benefit from Government Investment

A fisherman holds up a groper he caught off the coast of Catia La Mar. (Photo: teleSUR)

Fishermen hope strategic alliances will lead to increased fish exports.

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Marta Harnecker: "A New Revolutionary Subject has Been Created in Venezuela"

Chilean author Marta Harnecker (Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal).

Chilean scholar Marta Harnecker talks Marxism, Venezuela and the Latin American left with Greek journalist Tassos Tsakiroglou during her recent visit to Athens.

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The Hill Publishes Islamophobic Fake News on Venezuela

There's plenty of reasons to criticise Venezuela's new VP Tarek El Aissami, but his ancestry isn't one of them. (

Islamophobia doesn't count as journalism.

 

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Venezuela's 2017 Grassroots Feminist Agenda

Venezuelans march calling for feminist socialism and for a an anti-patriarchal and anti-capitalist society. (Venezuelan Feminist

The Network for Information and Safe Abortion (RIAS) elaborates on five points which they consider fundamental for 2017's feminist agenda in Venezuela. 

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Venezuela’s National Dialogue: Disaggregating Key Issues

President Nicolas Maduro shakes hands with opposition leader Jesus Torrealba. (AVN)

Steve Ellner argues for the separation of the political and economic aspects of Venezuela's crisis in order to understand the country's current deadlock and possible paths forward.

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A Note About Migration From Venezuela in the Chavista Era

File photo of the Venezuelan border during a closure in 2015. (EFE)

How many people have left Venezuela to live abroad since Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s late former president, first took office in 1999?

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Communique of the Non-Aligned Movement in Solidarity with Venezuela

The Non-Aligned Movement (MNAL in Spanish) held its 17th summit in Venezuela this past September. (Correo del Orinoco)

The 120 bloc of countries of the global South rejected the renewal of a US executive order branding Venezuela an "unusual and extraordinary threat". 

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Political, Economic Challenges Loom Large for Venezuela in 2017

President Nicolás Maduro waves Venezuelan flag (Fernando Llano/AP).

In this interview with teleSUR, Miguel Tinker Salas, Venezuelan historian and professor of Latin American Studies, speaks on current political and economic issues facing the country and their implications for the future. 

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Achievements of a Black, Working Class Transgender Woman

Rummie Quintero holds a sign reading, "I am the revolution." (Archive)

In this interview, Rummie Quintero details her trials and triumphs as a transwoman and her hopes for transgender rights in Venezuela.

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Abracadabra: How the WaPo Turned 111 Venezuelan Jewish Emigrants into a Mass Exodus

Caracas' new principal Sephardic synagogue, known as Tiferet Israel Este, was constructed in 2013. (Asociacion Israelita de

VA's Lucas Koerner proves how any story about the South American nation is seamlessly woven into a preexisting media narrative of the country’s catastrophic, socialism-inflicted collapse.

 

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The Curious Case of Venezuela’s Recall Referendum: Murder … or Suicide?

A petition backing a referendum against President Nicolas Maduro. ( Fernando Llano/AP)

You haven’t heard the whole story.

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The 10 Victories of President Maduro in 2016

(archives)

In the longest and hardest year, in which many thought he would fall, President Maduro overcame all obstacles and proved his exceptional ability as a statesman, writes Ignacio Ramonet.

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Urban Agriculture and the Production of Plenty for the Many

Minister Lorena Freitez (fourth from the right) among dozens of others holding up pots with growing seedlings (Lorena Freitez).

Venezuelan Minister of Urban Agriculture Lorena Freitez reflects on this one of a kind ministry's first year in existence and shares her vision for 2017-2021.

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Javier Biardeau: A Balance of 2016

Central University of Venezuela sociologist Javier Biardeau. (Archive)

The opposition surge has failed, and it is essential that a Bolivarian surge re-emerges to retake the political initiative, argues Venezuelan sociologist Javier Biardeau. 

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Venezuela's Communal Movement

The cover of "Building the Commune" by George Ciccariello-Maher (archives).

Stanfield Smith reviews George Ciccariello-Maher's latest book "Building the Commune," which theorises the construction of the communal state in Venezuela.

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