By COHA By Frederick B. Mills The Bolivarian project in Venezuela has warded off the latest counter revolutionary offensive and is now engaged in a profound debate over the next phase of the revolution. Though the smoke over the ... Eurasia Review, 2 weeks ago
Commentary: Chavistas debate economic and institutional reform in Venezuela - Caribbean News Now!, 2 weeks ago
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By TalCual Now it turns out that PDVSA, once among the top five oil companies in the world, has been relocated to the 13th position in the rankings. In Latin America, Brazil and Mexico are already ahead of us. This means that while oil companies ...Latin American Herald Tribune, 4 weeks ago
Jorge Martin offers his analysis of the debate underway within Chavismo over the Bolivarian government's economic policies. The defeat of the attempts by the counter-revolutionary opposition to overthrow the Venezuelan government by force has ...Venezuelanalysis.com, 1 month ago Venezuela: Chavista debate more than pragmatists vs radicals Green Left Weekly, 1 month ago Chavista Debate More than Pragmatists vs Radicals Venezuelanalysis.com, 1 month ago The Debate is more than "Pragmatists vs Radicals" Global Research, 1 month ago
Politically, the tower was a hotbed of Chavismo, even though opponents saw it as indictment of the failures of his government to provide adequate housing for the poor. This is all thanks to the comandante, said Carlos Francisco, 36, a plastics ...Dominion Post, 1 month ago Homeland's Tower of David in Venezuela emptied by soldiers after becoming notorious for crime Capital Bay, 1 month ago Families Evicted From World's Tallest Slum: Tower of David Skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela International Business Times UK, 1 month ago Venezuela Evicts Hundreds Of Families From 'Tower Of David' Slum Business Insider, 1 month ago
LIMA, Peru — Expressing intense differences of opinion at Ivy League universities is not exactly new. It is actually the schools lifeblood. But it's not every day that you hear an eminent Harvard professor accused of being a bandit and ...GlobalPost, 7 hours ago
President Maduro's changes to his cabinet did little to address pressing problems like the economy - and he may have increased the challenges facing his country. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a ceremony where government houses ...Christian Science Monitor, 6 days ago Venezuela: Maduro in Chávez's Shoes ZNet, 2 weeks ago
No matter how you cut it, Nicolás Maduro's first year in office was no walk in the park. Even before the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez died after a long bout with cancer last March, opponents of the Bolivarian government—in Caracas as in ...ZNet, 1 week ago Venezuela: How Long Can This Go On? Americas Quarterly, 1 month ago In socialist Venezuela, a threat from the left Sify, 2 months ago
By TalCual Moisés Moleiro, a former Venezuela-born guerrilla, once told this columnist (Fernando Rodríguez), circa 2002 and talking about the policy of the government of the late Hugo Chávez: look, we need to be clear, the chavismo movement is ...Latin American Herald Tribune, 1 week ago TalCual: Maduro's Reshuffled Cabinet Is Still More of the Same Latin American Herald Tribune, 3 weeks ago TalCual: Give Back My Cheese! Latin American Herald Tribune, 1 month ago TalCual: Venezuela Needs an Opposition Opposing the Government Latin American Herald Tribune, 2 months ago
The communal councils are spaces of common political construction. They are not, as Foucault says, subjects of rights. Nor are they a subject. They are, again, a space in which the common denominator is chavismo, that vigorous subject of subjects, ...ZNet, 1 week ago
Since 2004, Rafael Ramírez has served as the president of Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PdVSA), the country's state-owned oil company, and since 2002, Ramírez has served as Venezuela's energy minister. That all changed on Tuesday, when ...Huffington Post, 1 week ago
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