In a recent piece for Caracas Chronicles, Carlos Rodríguez López links the rise of what he calls an authoritarian nationalism to an artificial nostalgia. For me, this phenomenon is about political exclusion
On January 8th, a conflict among gangs in southwestern Caracas ended with a heavy police intervention and 23 dead. This is how the confluence of violent actors is felt in the community
The Maduro regime charged against two of the Venezuelan NGOs that have been most effective in helping vulnerable communities, Alimenta la Solidaridad and Caracas Mi Convive. This is how the people who depend on them every day feel
If you’re poor in Venezuela, the police can just enter your home, execute your teenage kid and walk out, facing zero scrutiny from anyone. It happened to Nancy. She told exactly how.
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