Recent Articles in the NACLA Report
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.
Movements fighting homophobia and transphobia in Venezuela offer an example of organizing that successfully joins forces across ideological and partisan lines.
Read the editor's introduction to our latest issue of the NACLA Report, "Chavismo Revisited," focused on Venezuela in the 20 years since the April 2002 failed coup.
From brain drain to mental health issues, the mass migration of millions of Venezuelans has far-reaching impacts at home and abroad.
In the face of a fraught conflict with missteps and misinformation on both sides, empirically informed analysis offers one tool to cut through the noise.
In an evolving media ecosystem, concentrated ownership persists as conglomerates scramble to adapt to the digital age.
In El Alto, Radio San Gabriel demonstrates the decolonizing potential of Indigenous-language media.