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This is the best opportunity since 1998 that the opposition has to defeat the Bolivarian Revolution. So why are they...

A community school in Baranca Honda, Puebla state, Mexico. Photo: Tamara Pearson

Tamara Pearson explains why the poor are not taken seriously on creative stages.

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The state may still be the primary oppressor of civil society rights, but transnational corporations now have a greater impact...

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Tamara Pearson profiles this South American country, from the November issue of New Internationalist...

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The time has come for rural communities to play an important role in the country, reports Tamara Pearson.

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The country has fought off big agribusiness and promoted agroecology, explains Nick Dearden.

This article is almost four years old.

Maruška Mileta reports from Venezuela on a meeting of minds before next month’s UN climate talks.

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Samir Jeraj writes on the South American country’s policy of basing rents on construction costs rather than...

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Why haven’t the US and EU recognized a legitimate result? asks Jody McIntyre.

This article is more than five years old.

Jody McIntyre speaks to supporters of both Maduro and Capriles as the country prepares to decide a successor...

This article is more than five years old.


Jody McIntyre
reports from Caracas on how life changed for disabled people after Hugo Chàvez came into...

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Glevys Rondón tells the story of Zenaida Romero, a proud young leader from a family of...

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David Ransom celebrates the life of a president with a fondness for Liberation heroes, who used oil wealth to...

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Julia Buxton tracks a political journey leftwards – from admirer of Tony Blair to ‘fiery populist’ and...

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Jody McIntyre on his journey up Mount Avila and how the ‘giant brother’ has left him transfixed by its magic...

This article is almost six years old.

Jody McIntyre says accusations of a ‘cult of personality’ around the Venezuelan president show prejudice...

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