In the Colombian city of Bucaramanga, the Fundación Entre Dos Tierras managed to organize a humanitarian assistance device for migrants. Adriana Parra, deputy director of the foundation, tells us how it works.
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.
Chávez’s government made of Misión Barrio Adentro one of the main tropes of its worldwide propaganda success. But that program was really a fiasco, instrumentalized by its creators: castrismo officers with proven experience in selling a lie for decades.
A Venezuelan scholar based in Ottawa explains how different groups of leftist activists are coordinated by the dictatorship and allies like Russia, to agitate and spread lies at universities, media and the streets of North America.
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