Venezuela Blog

Venezuela Blog

Colonial and Decolonial in Venezuela

Watch these short videos from Ramon Grosfoguel discussing the colonial and racist attacks on Venezuela, and the possibilities of decolonial resistance. Is Venezuela Decolonial? On the Attacks on Venezuela: a Decolonial View


8 Theses on USA Imperialism and Anti-Imperialist Struggles in the 21st Century

Professor Ramón Grosfoguel’s latest essay looks at the possible scenarios that confront the anti-imperialist and decolonial struggles vis a vis the USA, its upcoming elections and its ongoing imperial decline. Overviewing 8 scenario / theses on the impact of different presidencies, the attacks on anti-imperial

Venezuela: The Failed Coup

Ahmed Kaballo recounts his findings from his trip to Venezuela. On 23rd January 2019, the U.S backed Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, declared himself the Interim President of Venezuela, much to the dismay of many Venezuelans and the elected President Nicolás Maduro. Journalist Ahmed Kaballo

Sandew Hira interviews Christopher Cornelis

Cornelis is a member of the NGO Sures which is dedicated to advancing human rights. He speaks to Hira about the abuses committed during times periods of protest. Cornelis discusses the government commission to investigate the abuses committed by protestors, police and army in 2017