For over 20 years, Chavistas have spread hate speech against opposition leaders, journalists, and human rights defenders. But now, the case of Javier Tarazona shows how they use Twitter and classic propaganda channels
The discussion of whether or not inviting Latin America’s most notorious autocracies to the regional talks has highlighted how these governments choke dissenting voices at home
Twitter will change now that Elon Musk is its new owner. Will it change the way Venezuelans, inside and outside of the country, shape the political conversation?
Compared to 2021, there’s little engagement with the conversation about Venezuelan women’s rights in 2022
The Maduro regime is using social media to promote the idea that a new tax on dollar transactions will have no impact on the majority of the population
Venezuela just broke its record for daily cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began. So, why is this the week with the least number of trending topics regarding the health crisis?
Teachers’ Day brought digital and street protests in Venezuela. How did the government respond to their claims of persecution, miserable salaries, and lack of protection during the pandemic? It recognized teachers as “shapers of love”
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