Six years ago, Lissette's father died at El Helicoide prison. Her family is amongst those directly affected by political violence—and she refuses to believe in revenge
Our PRR Team takes a look at the latest moves in the power dynamics within chavismo and the opposition, including that which Chavez never dared consider (until it was too late): preparing for succession
Pueblo People episodes for the week of March 8th, 2021: the Khashoggi report, TPS for Venezuelans, and when Harry met Oprah
We’re going to see new debates around holding more elections and rebuilding political rights this year, but most Venezuelans are stuck with a more elemental problem: how to not depend on the regime to eat
We're adding a second podcast to our catalogue. Pueblo People covers U.S. politics in Venezuelan Spanish, add it to your list
The Economist’s Democracy Index ranked Venezuela in position 143, out of 167, while Freedom House gave us 14 points (on a 0 to 100 scale). The pandemic (plus Maduro) took us farther from our dream
Brookings insists that the Venezuelan mass migration crisis receives ten times less funding from the international community than Syria’s, despite their comparable magnitude
Maduro can try to resurrect an old claim to distract Venezuelans, but what’s the geographical reason to want the Esequibo? How would we benefit from it?
As populist parties usually do, chavismo has always resorted to victimization as casus belli behind collective vengeance. Now the sanctions are at the center of a patriotic resistance story
While Chile deported more than a hundred Venezuelans, and other countries reinforced their borders, Colombia provides its brand of Temporary Protection Status to Venezuelan migrants, similar to the one promised by Joe Biden
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