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Venezuela's Women's Ministry: Working to Reverse Damage Done by Capitalist Patriarchy

Maria Eugenia Acero Colomines, National Coordinator for Culture and Gender at the Venezuelan Ministry for Women and Gender Equal

Venezuelanalysis put three questions to Maria Eugenia Acero Colomines, National Coordinator for Culture and Gender at the Venezuelan Ministry for Women and Gender Equality on International Women’s Day.

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“A World Where Many Worlds Fit:” Zapatismo and Chavismo in Conversation

Venezuelans participate in demonstration in honor of guerrilla, journalist and left politician Fabricio Ojeda on January 23rd 20

What can we learn from how the Zapatistas of Mexico and Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution have strategized people’s power?

 

 

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"Reviving Chavez's Politics is our Greatest Homage"

“We are dignified people, people who fight. We are Chávez.” (CRBZ)

On the fourth anniversary of Hugo Chavez's death, Venezuela's biggest rural social movement releases an official statement urging the revolution to regain its direction.

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Blaming Socialism, US Media Distorts Venezuela’s Food Crisis

Supermarket shoppers in Caracas, Venezuela. (Reuters)

The facts are clear — Venezuela does have a food crisis, but mainstream U.S. media always blames the socialist government.

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Laura Roldán: A Cloak of Impunity Still Hangs over the Caracazo

Coordinator of the Support Network for Justice and Peace Laura Roldán (SupuestoNegado)

Laura Roldán, coordinator of the Support Network for Justice and Peace, discusses the Caracazo 28 years on, as well as other cases of massacres that occurred last year in Barlovento and Cariaco.

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Venezuela: A Balance Sheet of 2016 and Perspectives for 2017

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The Bolivarian Revolution is at one of its lowest points since President Chávez’s electoral victory in 1998. In this article, Juan Manaure and Carlos E. Jaurena put forward a deeply critical review of the national government's actions in the economic and political spheres. 

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Public Letter to the Treasury Department of the United States of America

Vice-President Tareck El Aissami. (Archive)

The Venezuelan Vice-President defiantly challenges Washington over drug trafficking allegations recently leveled against him. 

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Trump, Like Obama and Bush, Pursues 'Regime Change' in Venezuela

Venezuelan VP Tareck-El-Aissami (left) and US President Donald Trump (right). (TeleSUR English).

The U.S. government's targeting of Venezuela's vice president is just the latest episode in ongoing attempts to subvert Venezuelan democracy, argues TeleSUR's Joe Emesberger. 

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Why a Venezuelan Banker Can’t Tell You How to Beat Trump

President Donald J. Trump giving a press conference on February 22, 2016.(Getty Images, AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Chávez-inspired left populism is the only answer to Trumpian fascism.

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Freedom House Brands Venezuela “Not Free”, Whitewashes Brazilian Coup

Washington-based NGO Freedom House is funded by the US State Department and USAID. (Archive)

For Freedom House , "democracy promotion" means toppling governments the US doesn't like. 

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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 Tareck 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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