Upside Down World
Wednesday, 20 August 2014
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1 Hands Off Venezuela! What Has Been Happening Since February and Why It Matters Susan Spronk
2 Venezuela: Petro-‘Socialism’ in its Labyrinth Raúl Zibechi
3 El Libertario: Beware Venezuela’s False ‘Anarchists’ George Ciccariello-Maher
4 Manufacturing Contempt for Venezuela Cyril Mychalejko
5 Venezuela: The Left, Context, Prices and the Market Roland Denis, Translated by Danica Jorden
6 February Traumas: The Third Insurrectionary Moment of the Venezuelan Right Jeffrey R. Webber and Susan Spronk
7 Venezuela: The Real Significance of the Student Protests Dr Julia Buxton
8 Sabaneta to Miraflores: Afterlives of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela Jeffrey R. Webber and Susan Spronk
9 We Are (Almost) All Chávez: Challenges in the Deployment of the Chavista Political Identity Íñigo Errejón, Translated by George Ciccariello-Maher
10 Inside La Piedrita: Venezuela’s Popular Militias and the Revolution George Ciccariello-Maher
11 Venezuelan Oppostion Turns to Violence in the Face of Election Defeat Zoë Clara Dutka
12 Maduro Wins Venezuelan Presidential Election Chris Carlson
13 Campaign for Presidency Kicks-off in Venezuela: An Interview with Carmen Hidalgo Jody McIntyre
14 "Humanity Has Lost a Titan": Interview with William I. Robinson on the Legacy of Hugo Chavez Eleftherotypia
15 What Chávez Left Behind: The Streets of a Continent and a Bolivarian Revolution of Everyday Life Benjamin Dangl
16 Venezuela With and Beyond Chavez Dario Azzellini
17 Chávez and the Dream for a Better World Michael Fox
18 The Revolution Devalued? What the Venezuelan Currency Change Signifies Clifton Ross
19 ‘Learning to Govern Ourselves’: Venezuela’s National Network of Commoners Rebecca McMillan and Calais Caswell
20 Venezuela’s 2012 State Election: Lessons for Chavismo and the Opposition Ewan Robertson
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