Caracas

July 20, 2020
Francisco Sánchez

When the police kill young men in Venezuela, often their mothers are the only ones who seek justice. Institutional barriers to accountability have increased during the pandemic.

April 14, 2020
Mikhael G. Iglesias L. and Guillermo Sardi

Venezuela is ill-equipped to support its population as it enforces social distancing rules. 

September 17, 2019
Verónica Zubillaga y Juan Francisco Mejía

Si bien los hombres viven la violencia extrema de las ejecuciones extrajudiciales o ejercen ellos mismos la violencia armada, es necesario destacar los padecimientos invisibilizados de las mujeres, en especial en su rol de madres.

September 17, 2019
Verónica Zubillaga and Juan Francisco Mejía

The terror faced by women and mothers in Venezuela is often overlooked, as well as their ability to alleviate violence. 

May 31, 2019
Patrick Leet

Since the Venezuelan opposition again failed to oust Maduro, extreme elements in Caracas and Washington are increasingly agitating for U.S. military intervention.

February 20, 2019
Rebecca Hanson y Francisco Sánchez

Hace unos años muchos de los barrios obreros de Caracas eran en gran parte fervientes partidarios del chavismo. Hoy en día están divididos aunque no confían en la oposición tampoco.

February 13, 2019
Rebecca Hanson and Francisco Sánchez

Just a few years ago, the vast majority of working-class barrios in Caracas were ardent supporters of Chavismo. Today, they are split—but they don’t trust the opposition either.

February 8, 2019
Steve Ellner

Trump’s unwavering backing of Juan Guaidó’s shadow government in Venezuela attaches a “made in the U.S.A.” label to all those positioned to govern should Maduro fall. This could scuttle the opposition's chances of maintaining longstanding support among the majority of Venezuelans. 

January 24, 2019
Rebecca Hanson and Tim Gill

Juan Guaidó has declared himself the president of Venezuela. What comes next?

 

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