US sanctions on Venezuela
War on Venezuela part 2 Explained: War on Venezuela (Part 2)

In the second part of this explainer series, we will be focussing on the impact of the sanctions that were imposed in 2019.

Helms Burton Act Cuba Helms-Burton Act and the latest US attack on Cuba

Professor Sonya Surabhi Gupta talks about the breadth of resistance to the US imperial project in Latin America.

War on Venezuela_Explained_Peoples Dispatch_Sanctions Explained: War on Venezuela (Part 1)

We take a look at the sanctions that have been imposed on the country and the debilitating impact these measures have on the lives of the people.

What you should know about the US blockade of Venezuela

The illegal sanctions imposed by the US on Venezuela have caused billions of dollars of losses for the Venezuelan economy and have killed over 40,000 since 2017

Activists defy right-wing siege at Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC

Clashes outside the Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC are continuing with Juan Guaido supporters growing increasingly hostile and violent.

Will the US end up putting sanctions on every country that doesn’t bend to its will?

The objectives of the “strongest sanctions” are broadly all the same—that the United States will suffocate a country’s ability to trade and access finance as long as it does not do what the United States of America asks it to do

International Peoples' Assembly 2019 [VIDEO] Peoples’ Assembly calls for global action on March 16 against imperialist intervention in Venezuela

The international assembly was attended by around 500 delegates from five continents, representing 181 people’s movements and organizations.

Who is the real culprit behind Venezuela’s political turmoil?

The US-led intervention in Venezuela—hiding behind a pretext of humanitarianism—follows a long pattern of economic policies and covert operations in the country and in the region that seek to protect the economic interests of the United States and Europe

Carlos Ron interview part 2 “Socialism gave power to the working class in Venezuela”

Carlos Ron, Venezuelan vice-minister for North America also explains the social character of the Venezuelan opposition that is currently attempting to overthrow the government of Nicolas Maduro.

Notes from the streets of Venezuela — the people are resilient in the face of foreign intervention

30 years after the Caracazo, when the poor of Venezuela took to the streets to wage a struggle against the government of the oligarchy, the toiling masses of the country remain firm in their commitment to the Bolivarian Revolution, which offered them right and a life of dignity

Countries from across the world reject threats of military intervention in Venezuela

At a special meeting of the UN security council on February 26, many countries, including those opposed to Nicolas Maduro, called for a peaceful resolution in Venezuela and rejected any attempt at military intervention

“When we say Hands off Venezuela’, we are saying Viva Socialism”

Around 450 delegates from 85 countries congregated in Caracas, to participate in a gathering of solidarity with Venezuela and the Bolivarian Revolution

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