In Venezuela and parts of Latin America, authoritarianism and economic blackmail are suffocating universities. In North America, scholars have to deal with a different kind of pressure
Caracas used to have an equidistant stance in the Middle East since the creation of Israel. Chávez flipped our foreign policy and fully aligned with Hamas and Hezbollah
One old, simple issue of Time magazine documented the rise of two parallel political processes that are still making the news. Peronism is in power again, and Venezuelans are still waiting for the rights the 1947 Constitution was trying to enforce.
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