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OAS: No Action on Colombia Allegations Regarding FARC in Venezuela

August 27, 2010


OAS: No action on Venezuela FARC allegations Wednesday, 25 August 2010 14:28 Kirsten Begg Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza said Wednesday the international body has done everything it can to help patch up relations between Colombia and Venezuela. “The [Colombian] petition has been presented … there’s nothing else that can […]

Venezuela: Land reform, food sovereignty and agroecology

August 25, 2010


By *Alan Broughton* August 20, 2010 — A massive transformation of agriculture is occurring in Venezuela, a transformation that has lessons for every other country in the world. The /Law of the Land and Agrarian Development/, the /Law of Food Sovereignty and Security/ and the /Law of Integrated Agricultural Health/ set out the agenda (they […]

WEISBROT: Does Washington Want Normal Diplomatic Relations with Venezuela?

August 18, 2010


  Does Washington Want Normal Diplomatic Relations With Venezuela? By Mark Weisbrot This column was published by The Guardian Unlimited on August 18, 2010. If anyone wants to reprint it, please include a link to the original. While President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela and the new President of Colombia, Manuel Santos met in Santa Marta, […]

GOLINGER: Venezuela Has a Free and Dynamic Exchange of Ideas

August 16, 2010


“Venezuela has a free and dynamic exchange of ideas” By Eva Golinger – Correo del Orinoco International, August 13th 2010 Last week a delegation of US educators from the Mayor’s Office in Oakland, California, visited Venezuela to exchange ideas and experiences with public education institutions and to gain a better understanding of the various levels […]

Chavez to Meet Santos in Colombia Tuesday, Chavez Rejects US’ Ambassador Nominee

August 9, 2010


UPDATED ON: Monday, August 09, 2010 06:43 Mecca time, 03:43 GMT  Chavez agrees to meet Santos Hugo Chavez asked Obama to “look for another candidate” as US envoy to Caracas [Reuters] Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan president, has said he will meet with his Colombian counterpart on Tuesday to try to end a diplomatic rift between […]

Tonight: Fidel Interview by Venezuelan Journalists Airs on Telesur, VTV and Cubavision’s Round Table

August 9, 2010


CUBADEBATE Fidel interview granted to outstanding Venezuelan journalists (+ photos) August 8, 2010 18 Comments Photos: Roberto Chile Google translation. To view Photos: The Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz on Sunday gave an interview to Venezuelan journalists recognized Vanessa Davis, Andres Izarra, Walter Martinez and Mario Silva. The threats of war against Iran, […]

Hot Off the Press: Aug. 6 Edition of Correo del Orinoco

August 6, 2010


CORREO DEL ORINOCO – english edition

Would-Be US Ambassdor to Venezuela Gets Stupid, Venezuela Demands Explanation from US

August 5, 2010


 Below is communiqué issued by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela after the written statements delivered by Mr. Larry Palmer to the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee as part of the confirmation process to serve as US Ambassador to Caracas. These statements are now public and have received wide media coverage. A full transcript of the statements can […]

OCTOBER 11: Day of Action to Confront US Militarism in the Americas

July 28, 2010


please circulate widely Call: Day of Action to Confront US Militarism in the Americas October 11, 2010 Our organizations urge you to join us in a National Day of Action to Confront US Militarism in the Americas on Monday, October 11, 2010. October 11 is the day the United States “celebrates” the beginning of the […]

MACHETERA: Colombia’s Uribe Takes Dictation One Last Time

July 27, 2010


Colombia: Uribe’s Farewell Spectacle – español Atilio A. Boron Translation: Machetera and Manuel Talens Álvaro Uribe, the empire’s unconditional pawn, took his leave from the Colombian presidency with a new provocation: the denunciation of FARC camps which he claimed to be established on Venezuelan territory.  Being neither dimwitted nor lazy, the U.S. State Department came […]