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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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The Hill Publishes Islamophobic Fake News on Venezuela

There's plenty of reasons to criticise Venezuela's new VP Tarek El Aissami, but his ancestry isn't one of them. (

Islamophobia doesn't count as journalism.

 

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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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Venezuela isn’t so Bad, nor is Colombia so Great

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"What if I told you that in many ways Venezuela is better off than Colombia? Before you angrily stop reading, I ask you to take a look at these figures..."

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Venezuela Brings Toys to Poor Kids, Gets Called ‘Grinch’ on CNN

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Turning facts on their head, CNN transformed the Venezuelan government’s act of helping the poor into its complete opposite.

 

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Community-Delivered Food, Clean Clinics, and Queue-Less Banks: A Glimpse into VA’s Week in Venezuela

A mural painted by Carlos Zerpa of the Guerrilla Communications Collective in Catia, a barrio in western Caracas, Venezuela. The

Three things that have happened to our writers this week that fly in the face of the corporate media's apocalyptic reporting on Venezuela.

 

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Various Flavors of Fake News about Venezuela

The wife of right-wing opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Lilian Tintori speaks to the press. (EFE)

It's almost impossible to escape bombardment by the U.S government’s perspective on Venezuela.

 

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Blue Lives Matter, Except in Venezuela

Rightwing protesters in Venezuela hurl rocks at police (AFP).

Why does the mainstream media systematically ignore the Venezuelan right’s almost non-stop violence against government personnel and institutions?

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Venezuela Re-Declared a Dictatorship by US Media

An injured Venezuelan National Guard walks away during a rally demanding a referendum to remove President Maduro, Venezuela Oct.

The U.S. media has widely declared Venezuela a “dictatorship” in recent days — actually re-declared it as such for the umpteenth time.

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Venezuela's Economic Crisis: Does It Mean That the Left Has Failed?

A woman shakes a bag of corn flour, shouting "Why is it so difficult for me to buy this?" as hundreds of people wait i

Unifying Venezuela's multiple exchange rates is not "neoliberal", argues Mark Weisbrot. It's the only solution to the country's deep crisis. 

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