Recent Articles in the NACLA Report
For a Venezuelan artist, photography offers a democratic means of expression and experimentation from differing viewpoints.
Beyond polarized interpretations, revisiting Chavismo’s long origins and many mutations reveals a political project marked more by adaptation and contradiction than by rigid ideological lines.
Popular power was a cornerstone of the Bolivarian Revolution. Facing co-optation, crisis, and decline, its future remains in question.
With Hugo Chávez’s celebrated health care project progressively in ruins, the pandemic underlines the need to rebuild.
Persistent internal conflicts have prevented Chavismo’s detractors from organizing a serious political proposal to successfully contest power. Can the opposition democratize?
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From oil to mining, resource exploitation is the central battlefield for Venezuela’s land and environmental movements.
When political tensions run high and misinformation proliferates, there’s no better way to get a clear view than with your own eyes.
Chavismo co-opted women’s rights rhetoric but failed to deliver on core feminist demands. For grassroots movements, abortion access remains a key struggle.
With the country caught in a pitched winner-take-all contest, it is unsurprising that voters feel apathetic. Solutions must come from the space between the extremes.
Partisan polarization wiped out autonomous stances within Venezuela’s universities for more than 15 years. Rebuilding a pluralist Left from the grassroots is key to reclaiming combative struggles.
The Bolivarian Revolution shook up the geopolitical map. Rebuilding Venezuela’s fractured relations in the hemisphere remains its chief foreign policy challenge.