By Rachael Boothroyd Rojas - Venezuelanalysis, Apr 26th 2017
On April 19th, Chavista supporters took to the streets of Caracas to defend the government against opposition-led violence and to reject foreign intervention and interference. From the ranks of the city's poor, the mainstream media has totally ignored their march. You can hear what they have to say here.
By Joe Emersberger – TeleSUR English , Mar 7th 2016
Frustrated analysts lash out as if they were the sworn enemies of Capital, showing they'll do anything to disparage Venezuela after the South American country defied official expectations in making its latest bond payment.
By Joe Emersberger – TeleSUR English , Jan 28th 2016
Joe Emersberger debunks The Economist's latest distorted coverage of Venezuela, including its claims that Venezuelan poverty failed to drop under Chavismo, that Venezuela is the worst performing economy in the world, and that press freedom is under attack.
Eva Golinger recounts how CNN stalled the editing process and eventually refused to publish her article earlier this week because it contained a confirmed quote by Jimmy Carter in 2012 referring to Venezuela's electoral system as “the best in the world." Golinger argues that CNN and other US and international media outlets are preparing to support opposition claims of fraud in Venezuela in the event of a government win this Sunday.
By Pablo Sepulveda Allende- Rebelion.org, Sep 23rd 2015
Pablo Sepulveda Allende, the grandson of the late Chilean socialist leader Salvador Allende, is now a doctor living in Caracas. In this article he speaks out against declarations made by his aunt, the current president of the Chilean Socialist Party, against the conviction of Leopoldo Lopez in Venezuela.
As Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez awaits sentencing Thursday for his alleged role in last year's rightwing violence, a provocative video released by him and his wife has made rounds on social media.
The Inter-American Human Rights Court, which forms part of the Organization of American States (OAS) human rights system in the hemisphere, published Monday its sentence that found that Venezuela had “violated freedom of expression” when it decided not to renew the over-the-air broadcast license of RCTV in 2007.
Venezuela and Colombia recalled their ambassadors for consultations on Thursday after a meeting between the two nations’ foreign ministers on Wednesday failed to calm diplomatic tensions over Venezuelan border closures and Colombian smuggling activities. The move was followed by further border closures announced by Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on Friday.