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Wednesday, 16 April 2014
Venezuela
1 El Libertario: Beware Venezuela’s False ‘Anarchists’ George Ciccariello-Maher
2 Manufacturing Contempt for Venezuela Cyril Mychalejko
3 Venezuela: The Left, Context, Prices and the Market Roland Denis, Translated by Danica Jorden
4 February Traumas: The Third Insurrectionary Moment of the Venezuelan Right Jeffrey R. Webber and Susan Spronk
5 Venezuela: The Real Significance of the Student Protests Dr Julia Buxton
6 Sabaneta to Miraflores: Afterlives of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela Jeffrey R. Webber and Susan Spronk
7 We Are (Almost) All Chávez: Challenges in the Deployment of the Chavista Political Identity Íñigo Errejón, Translated by George Ciccariello-Maher
8 Inside La Piedrita: Venezuela’s Popular Militias and the Revolution George Ciccariello-Maher
9 Venezuelan Oppostion Turns to Violence in the Face of Election Defeat Zoë Clara Dutka
10 Maduro Wins Venezuelan Presidential Election Chris Carlson
11 Campaign for Presidency Kicks-off in Venezuela: An Interview with Carmen Hidalgo Jody McIntyre
12 "Humanity Has Lost a Titan": Interview with William I. Robinson on the Legacy of Hugo Chavez Eleftherotypia
13 What Chávez Left Behind: The Streets of a Continent and a Bolivarian Revolution of Everyday Life Benjamin Dangl
14 Venezuela With and Beyond Chavez Dario Azzellini
15 Chávez and the Dream for a Better World Michael Fox
16 The Revolution Devalued? What the Venezuelan Currency Change Signifies Clifton Ross
17 ‘Learning to Govern Ourselves’: Venezuela’s National Network of Commoners Rebecca McMillan and Calais Caswell
18 Venezuela’s 2012 State Election: Lessons for Chavismo and the Opposition Ewan Robertson
19 Latest Step in a Long Road: The Venezuelan Elections Jeffery R. Webber
20 Chavez Wins Venezuelan Presidential Election with 54% of the Vote Ewan Robertson
21 Venezuela: A Pre-election Report Larry Fisk
22 Former US Ambassador Outlines Post-Election Interventions against Venezuela Lee Brown
23 Water and Sanitation Socialism in Caracas: Interview with Victor Díaz Rebecca McMillan and Susan Spronk
24 “Honey of the Revolution” – An Interview with Rosangela Orozco, Member of the Alexis Lives Foundation (Fundación Alexis Vive) in Venezuela Susan Spronk and Jeffery R. Webber
25 Out of the Backyard: New Latin American and Caribbean Bloc Defies Washington Benjamin Dangl
26 Cooperatives in Venezuela Promote Solidarity, Equality and Dignity Radio al Reves
27 Hip-Hop Lives on in Venezuela Lainie Cassel
28 Venezuela Hosts Global Grassroots Women’s Conference to Mark 100-year Anniversary of International Women’s Day Cory Fischer-Hoffman
29 An Assessment of Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution at Twelve Years Gregory Wilpert
30 Venezuela: Crime in the Context of a Democratizing Process Samuel Grove
31 Venezuela: Voices on the Struggle Jeffery R. Webber and Susan Spronk
32 Venezuela’s Opposition: Manufacturing Fear in Exchange for Votes Lainie Cassel
33 Venezuelans Experiment With Participatory Democracy Andrew Kennis
34 Building a Future in the Barrio of Chapellín: An Interview with Rosa María González Susan Spronk and Jeffery R. Webber
35 Chavez Fuels the South Bronx Lainie Cassel
36 For Venezuela, There is No Going Back: A Discussion with Federico Fuentes and Kiraz Janicke Ali Mustafa
37 184 Communes Currently in Formation in Venezuela Tamara Pearson
38 Cubans Attempt to Resolve Venezuelan Electricity Shortage Despite Living in Constant Blackout Belén Fernández
39 Voices of Participatory Democracy in Venezuela: A Review of Venezuela Speaks! Voices from the Grassroots Hans Bennett
40 Venezuelan Yukpa Indigenous Community Attacked, Two Murdered Following Land Grants James Suggett
41 Moving Beyond Representation: Participatory Democracy and Communal Councils in Venezuela Katie Bowen and Caitlin McNulty
42 Media In Venezuela: Facts and Fiction Caitlin McNulty and Liz Migliorelli
43 Why the U.S. Government Hates Venezuela Shamus Cooke
44 Health Care and Democracy: A Look at the Venezuelan Healthcare System Caitlin McNulty and Lindsay Solise
45 Avila TV in Venezuela: Revolutionizing Television Lainie Cassel
46 The Revolution Will Not Be Destabilized: Ottawa's Democracy Promoters Target Venezuela Anthony Fenton
47 Analysis of the Venezuelan Referendum: Time for Economic Strategy Max Ajl
48 Victory in Venezuela: Chavez, Progress and Media Coverage C. Edward Anable
49 Venezuelans Vote to Eliminate Two-Term Limit on All Elected Office 54.4% to 45.6% Venezuelanalysis.com
50 Venezuelans Vote Peacefully Over whether to Amend Constitution James Suggett and Tamara Pearson
51 Why Obama Should Meet With Hugo Chavez Chesa Boudin
52 Financing Venezuela's Communal Councils George Gabriel
53 Venezuela's ALBA in the face of the Global Economic Crisis Jodie Neary
54 Adentro Barrio Adentro: An American Medical Student in Venezuela Rebecca Trotsky-Sirr
55 Venezuela Proposes New Regional Currency During ALBA Summit James Suggett
56 Venezuela: Elections Will Put Chávez to the Test Humberto Márquez
57 Smoke and Mirrors: An Analysis of Human Rights Watch's Report on Venezuela Gregory Wilpert
58 Latin America: The War on Democracy - Documentary Online John Pilger
59 Revolution! New Book Charts Roller Coaster Ride of South American Left Benjamin Dangl
60 Venezuela: Creating an Endogenous Cooperative Culture April Howard
61 Venezuela: Land Reform Conflict Arises Around Strategic Water Source James Suggett
62 Venezuelan Youth: A Potential Antidote to the Weaknesses of the Revolution Tamara Pearson
63 What is the Venezuelan News Media Actually Like? Andrew Kennis
64 Venezuelan Recycling Workers Struggle for Justice Tamara Pearson
65 Interview: Speaking with Hugo! author Bart Jones Daniel Denvir
66 Will the Bolivarian Revolution End Coal Mining in Venezuela ? James Suggett
67 McCain to Prevent Venezuela and Bolivia from Becoming Another Cuba James Suggett
68 US Naval Fleet to Be Positioned Off the Coast of South America Victor Figueroa Clark
69 London Court Rules in Favor of Venezuela in Dispute with Exxon James Suggett
70 Contradictions and Tensions in Venezuela's Bolivarian Process James Suggett
71 Venezuela: Danger Signs for the Revolution Kiraz Janicke & Federico Fuentes
72 Venezuela: 'Exxon Will Never Again Do Business in This Country' Humberto Márquez
73 Steel Worker's Strike Shuts down Venezuela's Largest Steel Plant Kiraz Janicke
74 Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution at a Turning Point Gregory Wilpert
75 Gender Issues in Venezuela's Constitution James Suggett
76 Chesa Boudin: Venezuelan Democratic Process Is Working Katie Halper
77 Live WebRadio Coverage of Venezuela Referendum PCASC
78 Latin America's New Petro-Politics Nadia Martinez
79 "Crisis in the Americas" - A Page Out of Washington's Propaganda Playbook on Venezuela Michael Fox
80 Susana Gonzales Interview: Venezuela, Then and Now Gabriel Ash and Cyril Mychalejko
81 Washington Promotes 'Independent' Media in Venezuela Michael Barker
82 Venezuela: Workers to Join Chávez's PSUV Paul Haste
83 Talking Dirty About Revolution: Sexual Health and Gender Inequality in Venezuela Rebecca Trotzky Sirr
84 Political Change in Venezuela: An Interview with Chesa Boudin Gabriel Ash and Cyril Mychalejko
85 Slaying Vampires: Chavez Proposes South American Energy Treaties April Howard
86 The New Politics of Political Aid in Venezuela Tom Barry
87 Venezuelan Youth Street Culture Festival James Suggett
88 Rewriting the Constitution in Bolivia and Venezuela Sujatha Fernandes
89 Online Video: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Kim Bartley & Donnacha O'Brian
90 Misión Barrio Adentro: Experiencing Health Care as a Human Right in Venezuela Rebecca Trotzky Sirr
91 Free Speech and RCTV in Venezuela James Suggett
92 Venezuela: The Times They Are A-Changin' Gabriel Ash
93 Venezuela's Banco del Sur: The End of the IMF in Latin America? Paul McIvor
94 Bush Dodges Chavez Questions, Despite Repeated Prodding Michael Fox
95 Venezuela Expands Regulation of Food Production Gregory Wilpert
96 Diary of a Venezuelan Presidential Election Chesa Boudin
97 Future Uncertain in Venezuela as Presidential Election Looms Sean Kriletich
98 The Venezuelan Orient and the Election Sean Kriletich
99 Betting on the Venezuelan Election: One Limousine for Chavez, Two Cows for Rosales Rebecca Trotzky-Sirr
100 Coup D'Etat in Venezuela: Made in the USA Chris Carlson
101 'Mi Negra Plan' Manuel Rosales: Opposition Candidate for President of Venezuela Sean Kriletich
102 Freedom on Air: Venezuelan Jail Transformed into Community Radio Station April Howard & Benjamin Dangl
103 Feeding Ourselves: Organic Urban Gardens in Caracas, Venezuela April Howard, Toward Freedom
104 Venezuela: A Call for Revolutionary Solidarity within the Revolution Kelly Komenda
105 Revolutionary Radio in Venezuela Peter Lackowski
106 Building Labor's Revolutionary Voice in Venezuela: The UNT's second national Congress Paul Pollack
107 Poverty Rates In Venezuela: Getting The Numbers Right Mark Weisbrot, Luis Sandoval, David Rosnick, Center for Economic and Policy Research
108 Venezuela Leads the Way: Welfare Mothers and Grassroots Women are the Workers for Social Change Cory Fischer-Hoffman
109 Foreign Policy and the Party Line: Chavismo and Its Discontents Max Ajl
110 The Alternative Social Forum in Caracas, Venezuela: A World Made of Many Worlds Hanna Dahlstrom
111 Is Chavez a Dictator? Peter Lackowski
112 Another Way Called Venezuela Juan Carlos Vallejo
113 The World Social Forum and the Street in Caracas, Venezuela Benjamin Dangl and April Howard
114 Macho Men and State Capitalism - Is Another World Possible? Hanna Dahlstrom
115 Likely U.S. Plans for Regime Change in Venezuela, Pt. II Stephen Lendman
116 Venezuela's Bolivarian Movement: Its Promise and Perils, Pt. I Stephen Lendman
117 Venezuela to Take Bush to Court Cyril Mychalejko
118 In Defense of Democracy in Venezuela Eduardo Galeano, Tariq Ali, Samir Amin, and others
119 Venezuela: The Building Of A People's Democracy Greg Rosenthal
120 The Street and the Media (6/6/05) Benjamin Dangl
121 Public Opinion in Venezuela (5/16/05) Benjamin Dangl
122 Radio Rebelde (5/2/05) Benjamin Dangl
123 The Housewives' Union in Venezuela (4/26/05) Benjamin Dangl
124 "Voice of the Voiceless" (4/19/05) Benjamin Dangl
 
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