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ALBA Pledges Solidarity with Venezuela at 14th Summit

ALBA’s 14th summit in Caracas. (AVN)

Member states also pledged to create a legal defense fund for Latin American and Caribbean migrants in the United States.

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A Not So Soft Coup in MERCOSUR: Suicide for Integration

Venezuela faces significant challenges to defend its MERCOSUR membership from opposing states Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay (Re

Latin American integration analyst Rubén Armendáriz explores the regional implications of recent attempts to suspend Venezuela from MERCOSUR. 

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Venezuelan FM Assumes UNASUR Presidency, Warns of Imperialist Threats to Region

Venezuelan FM Delcy Rodriguez with UNASUR General Secretary Ernesto Samper. (teleSUR/Carla Gonzalez)

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez took over the rotating presidency of UNASUR on Saturday, warning of ongoing imperialist threats to regional unity. 

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Venezuela Slams Argentine TeleSUR Pullout amid International Outcry

(teleSUR)

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro together with an opposition lawmaker and a score of internationally-renowned intellectuals have condemned Argentina’s decision to withdraw from teleSUR on Sunday.

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Venezuela’s Maduro Expands PetroCaribe Investments in Saint Vincent & Grenadines

Graphic art depicting the sunrise over the Caribbean, with the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) as the

In a diplomatic visit to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on Monday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro pledged new resources to the island nation and proposed a special economic zone in the Caribbean to strengthen regional trade.

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Obama’s War in the Western Hemisphere and Venezuela’s National Liberation Struggle

U.S. President, Barack Obama (Photo - Aporrea)

Why did Obama declare a ‘national emergency’, claim that Venezuela represents a threat to US national security and foreign policy, assume executive prerogatives and decree sanctions against top Venezuelan officials in charge of national security, at this time?

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Who Will Stand With Venezuela?

(Invent the Future Blog)

Who in the world stands with a country when it is under the looming threat of a major U.S. government intervention? When Guatemala (1954), the Dominican Republic (1965), Chile (1973), and Haiti (2004) were in trouble, there was no one.

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First International Film Festival in Caracas Projects Latin American Visions

A mural was created to draw attention to the festival (FestCineCCS)

On Friday, September 12, Venezuela's First International Film festival commenced in Caracas. The festival features over 100 films from across Latin America, 89 of which have been entered into a competition whose winner will be selected by popular vote at the end of this week.

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Venezuelan Central Bank Director Eudomar Tovar on Hedge Funds and Latin American Sovereignty

Eudomar Tovar (AVN/ Archive)

In this interview,the director of Venezuela's Central Bank discusses Argentina's "vulture fund" dispute. Tovar also outlines the latest efforts at creating an alternative finanancial architecture for Latin America, such as the Bank of the South and the Sucre currency.

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Venezuela Speaks Out Against “Colonialism” at CELAC Summit

This year's CELAC summit hosted talks on regional concerns that have historically been discussed through the Organisation o

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has called for an “eradication” of “colonialism” in Latin America at the annual summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).

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