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Who Is Behind the State Department's Coup Plot in Venezuela?

Creating a distorted image of the humanitarian crisis is the starting point. Painting a picture of a country on the verge of collapse is the alibi.

Coup d' Etat? Has Venezuelan Parliament Been Dissolved?

These are key questions facing Venezuela's current power struggles and the intensifying political conflict, which surfaces from a March 29th High Court's (HC) ruling wich assumes incidental functions from the Venezuelan parliament, finding itself today in contempt, and administratively null and void.

Humanitarian Crises Silenced by Luis Almagro

This nagging has been repeated in forums and events paid by US corporations without a shred of shame towards the invisibility of other current situations of greater concern in other countries from the region.

Odebrecht or the Moral Bias of Corruption

The investigations conducted by the United States Department of Justice on the payment of bribes to Latin American politicians by the Brazilian transnational Odebrecht, have had an overdramatic and sensationalist approach. As if corruption is a recent invention, or born in 2016.

Harvard University: platform for a financial blockade

More specifically the Center for International Development (part of the Kennedy School of Government in Harvard), directed by Ricardo Hausmann (pictured), is the division that houses a wide number of financial hitmen placed at the highest levels. They are the al-Qaeda of finance.

Corporations take aim at the heart of Venezuela's economy

While chavismo pushes for dialogue with less than two months to go in what has been a chaotic year, corporations – be they oil, media or finance corporations – have been acting aggressively and at their own rhythm. The financial elite has taken the spotlight and aimed its weapons at the country’s main source of income. When it comes to real power, the strings are pulled behind the scenes.

Reasons why it is impossible to impeach president Maduro

What the international press has hailed as the alleged "beginning of a political trial" against President Nicolas Maduro is just another political and legal attempted fraud by  Chavez opponents.

The Challenges of Venezuela in the Non-Aligned Movement

The XVIIth Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit will be held in Isla de Margarita, Nueva Esparta, Venezuela, between 13th and 18th September.  At the summit, Venezuela be handed over the presidency of the bloc by the Islamic Republic of Iran, with the commitment of joining endevours to consolidate a multipolar, multicentric world respectful of self-determination.

Its final: there is no recall in 2016

During the afternoon of August 9th, Tibisay Lucena, maximum authority of the National Electoral Council (NEC), announced the continuity of the corresponding steps for the realization of a recall referendum against the mandate of President Nicolas Maduro requested by the MUD. In addition, she announced, without openly declaring it, which in technical terms is a catastrophe for the Venezuelan rightwing: that a recall in 2016 is impossible.

Citibank Blockade Against Venezuela Aims To Prevent Chavism From Recomposing

The financial blockade against Venezuela, formalised by the closure of the accounts at Citibank, should not be considered a separate issue from Kimberly-Clark leaving the country, nor by the renewal of US sanctions sponsored by Chevron Corporation to venezuelan civil servants and military officer