Tag Archive: Venezuela

Oct 19

The Venezuelan migration crisis

Christine Armario has an outstanding article “I’ll walk in my broken shoes: Mom, daughter flee Venezuela,” which was just published by the Associated Press. In general, I try to avoid just sharing a link on this blog, because this isn’t a news aggregation site. Still, this article conveys the reality of what many Venezuelans are …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.introtoglobalstudies.com/2018/10/the-venezuelan-migration-crisis/

Jul 18

Venezuela and Zimbabwe

Last weekend 7.6 million Venezuelans voted to reject a new Constituent Assembly called for by President Nicolas Maduro. Desperate to prevent the Assembly from taking place, the opposition’s leadership have also called for a mass strike this Thursday, and may appoint their own Supreme Court. The Venezuelan military is deeply tied to the current regime …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.introtoglobalstudies.com/2017/07/venezuela-and-zimbabwe/

May 16

Zika in Venezuela

In few countries is the current political, economic and social situation worse than in Venezuela. This is especially dispiriting given that the country faces an outbreak of the Zika virus at the same time that medicines and basic supplies are in short supply. The Institute for Tropical Medicine has been broken into 11 times in …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.introtoglobalstudies.com/2016/05/zika-in-venezuela/