international media

Venezuela

June 19, 2017
Media analyst Joe Emersberger takes apart recent international media coverage of Venezuela, which is openly siding with the country’s opposition in portraying the government as a dictatorship

Venezuela Anti-Government Protests Lack Support from the Barrios

March 4, 2014

Lisa Sullivan & Ryan Mallett-Outtrim report from Venezuela that the country’s anti government protests are continuing with no end in sight but continue to lack appeal in low income neighborhoods

Two Visions of Venezuela Contend in April 14th Elections

April 4, 2013

Miguel Tinker Salas: The Presidential elections in Venezuela will decide if the socialist transformation will continue or a pro-US elite will return to power

Who Benefits from Austerity?

March 10, 2013
Bob Pollin fields the question: are the very rich hunkering down for a long recession and to protect their assets, are more concerned about debt than high unemployment

State of the Working Woman

March 8, 2013

Jenny Ahn: Unionized women workers do better than unorganized; All working women need access to universal daycare

Venezuela’s Real Division Over Who Benefits from Oil Wealth

March 5, 2013

Alex Main: American “Mainstream” media accuses Chavez of leaving Venezuela “divided and polarized”, but Venezuela is not divided over Chavez’s personality, it’s whether oil wealth will go to the people or the elite