Mike Gonzalez looks at the crisis unfolding in Venezuela and its roots in the political and economic developments of the last two decades
"From our many different countries, we will join in united anti-imperialist actions to condemn this attempted coup in Venezuela."
Watch Mike Gonzalez, Neil Davidson and activists from ResistBrazil discuss the social and political situation in Latin America
Mike Gonzalez writes on the crisis in Venezuela and the implosion of the Bolivarian project. This article was first published by Jacobin Magazine. Venezuela descends deeper...
The theory of state capitalism has played a critical role in the International Socialist tradition's critique of regimes claiming to be socialist. In the...
Dan Gent, writes from Venezuela having witnessed the events surrounding the opposition riots. It is offered as a comradely response to Mike Gonzalez's Letters...
At the rs21 political weekend, one session followed the format of the BBC's Question Time. Panellists addressed the role of the revolutionary organisation and international politics.
The mass movements have saved the revolution over and over again – in their mobilisations, in their defence of production, in their massive electoral support, and in their solidarity.
Caracas is seeing an uprising of the middle classes and the rich. The working class neighbourhoods remain loyal to the government, but also deeply cynical about the extraordinary corruption of the heirs of Chavez.
We need to fight against the coup attempts of the extreme right wing, but this should not translate into uncritical support for the existing state.