Some companies based in the Caribbean or other regions took advantage of delayed legislation to enter a desperate market
The thing about first-world leftists who support chavismo is that they don’t realize they embody the imperialistic dynamics they criticize
NGO Médicos Unidos Venezuela reported 408 healthcare workers had died from of COVID-19 by March 29th. If we trust the official figures, that means one out of every four coronavirus victims was a worker of the healthcare sector
We celebrate World Education Day while the government uses the pandemic to disencumber itself from a pile of accumulated wrongdoings after years of mismanagement in the area—and now with an additional catastrophe
The main regional office of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice, a landmark building in Maracaibo, spent 12 months trying to function without power. There’s little space for metaphors with such heat and darkness
With 96% of households in poverty, and 79% in extreme poverty, the Venezuelan disaster isn’t gender neutral: women carry the brunt of survival for them and their families
This week on the Venezuela Diaspora Project we have Manuel Iribarren, who teaches design thinking to children all around the globe
The Venezuelan Army has lost at least two officers fighting a group of Colombian irregulars, near the Arauca river. Colombia reports at least 3,000 refugees crossing the border. What does it mean?
Years before sanctions, chavismo took our country out of global accountability. Now state TV stations broadcast Hollywood movies without answering to their owners
Two decades of polarization, misinformation, and conspiracy theories under chavista propaganda were critical in making Trump so popular among Venezuelans
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