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Aftermath of a Venezuela-Style LynchingJuly 3, 2014 ... government buildings with incendiary devices and for hours paralyzed traffic in the capital. By April 3, the ...
Venezuela's “Political Prisoner” AllegoryOctober 2, 2014 In the face of arrests, trials, and detentions of opposition and student leaders, allegations of political repression in Venezuela are circulating international and private national press. The Venezuelan government and its supporters adamantly reject the claim that Venezuela has any political prisoners and they assert that everyone in detention is being tried for their involvement in criminal conduct. This article aims to explore the issue of political prisoners in Venezuela by providing a broader historical context combined with an analysis of power in Venezuela today.
Coups, Media and Stalemates: What Violent Protests Mean for VenezuelaFebruary 14, 2014 Venezuelanalysis.com’s staff writers offer their concise insights on three different angles of the violent protests that have been occurring in the country: the opposition’s strategy, how the media have reacted, and the implications of the protests for the Bolivarian Revolution.