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New Book Offers Timely Rejoinder to Hugo Chavez Bashing in Media

(Reuters)

The author takes to task wildly dishonest Venezuelan (and international) media, NGOs and pollsters in this new book.

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Venezuela Pulls CNN off Air Amid Iraq Passport Controversy

CONATEL says CNN's removal from Venezuela's airwaves is a temporary measure. (Chris Rank/Bloomberg)

Venezuela’s broadcast authority pulled CNN’s Spanish language channel off air this week, after the government accused the news network of airing an unsubstantiated story on corruption among diplomatic officials.

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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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Dear Media: Venezuela is Not Haiti

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Oct. 1, 2016 (Reuters)
When Westerners see “their media” participate in such a vile campaign, they should challenge it.
 
 

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How Severe Is Venezuela’s Crisis?

People buy food at a market in Caracas, Venezuela on June 21, 2016 (Mariana Bazo / Reuters).

Gabriel Hetland concludes that the mainstream media has consistently exaggerated the extent of Venezuela's current economic crisis following a three week visit to the South American country. In this piece, he draws on a number of interviews with social movement activists to answer the question: just how bad is Venezuela's current crisis? 

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How U.S. and U.K. Media Are Trying To Push Maduro and Venezuela Over the Edge

Nicolás Maduro (upper right, with flag tied around his neck) celebrates with the Venezuelan people in the streets of Caracas af

Max Ajl details how political and media elites utilize the media to misrepresent the Venezuelan government following a pattern of intervention across the region.  

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From Violent Barricades in 2014 to Official Right-Wing: Venezuela's Opposition

The effects of the barricades in 2014 (Aporrea).

From the 2014 violence to legislative majority, Venezuela's right-wing may change its face, but not its goal.

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