Newsclick Report, May 20, 2013
Joao Pedro Stedile, May 13, 2013
Brazilian readers of Caros Amigos magazine and social activists were astonished by the electoral result, which gave a small margin of votes to President Maduro in the last Venezuelan elections.
Gabriel García Márquez, April 8. 2013
Forty years have passed since the Chilean president Salvador Allende died in La Moneda Palace in Santiago, attempting to defend himself with an AK-47 he had been given by Fidel Castro.
Here, in a piece from the New Statesman published in March 1974, the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Gabriel García Márquez explores Allende’s record in Chile, his rivals’ dealings with the United States and the rise of his successor – the army general Augusto Pinochet.
Newclick Production, March 25, 2013
Milena Santana-Ramirez, the Venezuelan Ambassador to India, remembers the revolutionary Hugo Chavez in a recently held memorial meeting.
Newsclick Production, March 25. 2013
Senior Journalist Achin Vanaik in a memorial meeting for Hugo Chavez Speaks of Latin America's success in building a path that leads to regional unity.
Newsclick Production, March 19, 2013
Siddharth Varadarajan, Editor, The Hindu, in a meeting held to remember the revolutionary Hugo Chavez, speaks of the leader's efforts and determination to bring about inclusive development in Venezuela. He also points out the examples Chavez set for the third world countries to follow in the responsible, democratic and progressive utilization of national resources
Newsclick Production, March 9, 2013
Newsclick remembers the revolutionary Hugo Chavez.
Greg Grandin, March 6, 2013
I first met Hugo Chávez in New York City in September 2006, just after his infamous appearance on the floor of the UN General Assembly, where he called George W. Bush the devil. “Yesterday, the devil came here,” he said, “Right here. Right here.
Danny Glover, Courtesy: Foreign Policy in Focus, November 1, 2012
I had the privilege of traveling to Venezuela and witnessing the country's October 7 presidential election and watching the South American country's extraordinarily active and engaged citizenry in action. An impressive 81 percent of the electorate participated in a transparent and secure electoral process that former president Jimmy Carter reportedly referred to as the best in the world.
Newsclick Production, October 27, 2012
Prof Aijaz Ahmad speaks on the transformations sweeping across the continent of hope. He discusses Emir Sader's important book, The New Mole; the results of Venezuela's recent elections; he takes issue with Slavoj Zizek's assessment of the revolutionary process in Venezuela; and he discusses the idea of 'twenty-first century socialism', and how it differs from the socialism of the previous century. His interlocutor in this conversation is Sudhanva Deshpande of LeftWord Books, and the venue is May Day Cafe in New Delhi.