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The Venezuelan opposition’s greatest obstacle to gaining political ground is its own internal fractures. Will factions manage to unify or remain divided during this year’s legislative elections?
A response to a Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) article on NACLA coverage.
Once-hopeful experiments in local democracy have largely succumbed to the crushing crisis gripping Venezuela. What can we learn from their demise?
Professor Keymer Ávila has recently been the target of a smear campaign in Venezuela.
A recent photograph circulating of a Haitian senator shooting an AP reporter is just the tip of the iceberg in Haiti, where an uprising has been simmering for months.
Political theorist Mabel Thwaites Rey discusses the rise and decline of progressive governments in Latin America, dynamics that spurred the “end of the cycle,” and characteristics of the new Right.
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.
The terror faced by women and mothers in Venezuela is often overlooked, as well as their ability to alleviate violence.
The recent U.S. sanctions in Venezuela are not only worsening the economic situation, but increasing the country's cynicism toward any hope of resolution.
Despite previous sanctions leading to over 40,000 deaths in Venezuela over two years, the U.S. is escalating its economic offensive.