Category Archives: Venezuela Analysis

Sanctions: War by Other Means

VA’s latest production with Tatuy TV focuses on unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela, commonly known as sanctions. With threats of military intervention constantly issued, there is already an “intervention” in place in the form of sanctions, which were recently escalated to an embargo. Measures have

Venezuelans Mobilize Against US Blockade

The US blockade against Venezuela continues to escalate. Sanctions and threats have targeted the oil sector and even food and medicine imports. Popular movements and government supporters rallied this weekend in Caracas in defiance against threats to sanction Venezuela’s subsidized food program CLAP.

Diplomacy Under Siege

In spite of the silence of corporate media, the Embassy Protection Collective in Washington DC managed to shed light on yet another strategy of attack from United States, the Venezuelan opposition, and international right wing allies, against Venezuela’s sovereignty, with no regard for international law.

Diplomacy Under Siege

In spite of the silence of corporate media, the Embassy Protection Collective in Washington DC managed to shed light on yet another strategy of attack from United States, the Venezuelan opposition, and international right wing allies, against Venezuela’s sovereignty, with no regard for international law.

Diplomacy Under Siege

In spite of the silence of corporate media, the Embassy Protection Collective in Washington DC managed to shed light on yet another strategy of attack from United States, the Venezuelan opposition, and international right wing allies, against Venezuela’s sovereignty, with no regard for international law.

One Year On, Chavismo Takes to the Streets

Venezuel Analysis – Published on May 22, 2019 – On Monday, May 20, a mobilization was held in Caracas to celebrate one year anniversary of the re-election of President Nicolás Maduro. Despite demanding early presidential elections since 2017, several opposition parties, including Voluntad Popular and

Massive May Day March in Defense of the Bolivarian Revolution

The day after a failed military uprising led by self-proclaimed “Interim President” Juan Guaidó, a multitude of working class Venezuelans gathered in different points of Caracas for the annual May Day Workers’ Day march to Miraflores. The marchers celebrated with music, dancing and colorful banners

Eyewitness Report From April 30 Opposition Concentration In Altamira

Venezuelanalysis was in the streets in the concentration in Altamira of the Venezuelan opposition to witness the aftermath of the failed action lead by self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó and right-wing leader escaped from house arrest Leopoldo López. We bring you some of our conversations

Chavismo Concentrates In Miraflores In Defense Against Coup Attempt

In the early hours of the morning on April 30, right-wing leader Leopoldo López and the self-proclaimed “Interim President” lead a small group of military members in an attempt to block the highway outside the Carlota military base located on the east side of Caracas,

US Oil Embargo Will Kill Many Venezuelans

VA’s Lucas Koerner speaks to Sky News Australia’s Conroy & Kroger about the devastating impact of Washington’s new oil sanctions on the Venezuelan economy and its people. See Also: (Venezuela Analysis) – Lucas Koerner: “US intervention has nothing to do with democracy” Venezuelanalysis’ Lucas Koerner