Bolivarian Revolution
How a lawbreaking international coalition failed to overthrow Venezuela’s government

On January 5, the Lima Group called for countries around the world to “disregard” Venezuela’s new elected Legislative Assembly. This is yet another instance of the Lima Group’s diplomatic war which is in violation of UN and OAS charters

Chavismo back in Venezuela’s National Assembly, Guaidó further weakened

The swearing in of Venezuela’s National Assembly leaves self-proclaimed ‘interim president’ Juan Guaidó with less support

Erika Farías on strengthening the Bolivarian Revolution amid the blockade

Erika Farías, mayor of Caracas, Venezuela, spoke to Peoples Dispatch about the challenges of sustaining the Bolivarian process amid the blockade and the efforts by the Venezuelan government to further build the revolution

Millions of Venezuelans are set to vote today in historic National Assembly elections

The election for the 277-member National Assembly is vital considering how sections of the legislature were in the forefront of coup attempts against the democratically elected government of Nicolás Maduro

Venezuela prepares for parliamentary elections

The upcoming elections are crucial to finding solution to the political crisis generated by the US-backed right-wing opposition leader Juan Guaidó in January 2019

Venezuela launches Simón Bolívar Institute for Peace and Solidarity among Peoples

The Institute has been created to strengthen global solidarity for all revolutions and social struggles of the people of the world

Venezuela’s pardon of opposition leaders is a major step in promoting national reconciliation

As many as 110 right-wing opposition leaders who have either been convicted or are being tried were pardoned by President Nicolás Maduro. This will enable them to take part in the electoral process for the National Assembly

Argentina’s stance on Venezuela changes with the new government

Argentine President, Alberto Fernández, recognized Nicolás Maduro as Venezuela’s legitimate president and criticized the economic blockades against the Caribbean country, setting up a new scenario in Latin America

PetroCaribe and Haiti’s lost opportunities

Haitian activist and economist Jean Jores Pierre argues that the mismanagement of the PetroCaribe agreement and funds by the Haitian government first and foremost affects the people of Haiti who still do not have access to basic goods and services

PetroCaribe is at the heart of a geopolitical battle in the Carribean

Haitian activist and economist Jean Jores Pierre explores the history of the PetroCaribe Agreement and its relationship to anti-corruption protests in the country

VenezolanosConBiden and MAGAzuela: Two sides of the same coin

Leonardo Flores discusses how Venezuela plays into the upcoming elections in the US and highlights how there is little difference between Trump and Biden on the Bolivarian Republic

All of us began with Marta Harnecker

Marta Harnecker influenced and continues to influence thousands of people who have defended Marxism and socialism in the past four decades

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