“He based his popularity on his extraordinary charisma, much discretionary money, and a key and well-tested political message: denouncing the past and promising
I don’t want to leave, but I have to. When I left, I didn’t want to go. But in Venezuela, there was nothing more
Two years ago, the Guardian described how Venezuela’s devastating economic downturn was ravaging its hospitals. Since then, things have only gotten worse. Much worse.
Something monumental, and not in a good way, is going on in Venezuela. You might need to get out a map of South America
Mark Weisbrot, co-director of DC based Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), says mainstream reporting on Venezuela’s economy is way off the mark.