Browsing All posts tagged under »Venezuela«

From Chavez to Maduro

April 14, 2013


They are alike but not the same.  

Chavez steps into History

January 11, 2013


He may recover his health or not. You may like him or not. But he already stepped into History, no doubt. PS: Those familiarized with Political Science language may benefit from this evaluation of Chávez role in History.

Venezuela’s oily election

September 30, 2012


The coming presidential election in Venezuela is set against a background of a mixed balance of Chávez economics performance. I’m not an economist nor an insider in Venezuela’s daily fare. But as I see it, the main asset of Chávez isn’t just his improvement of poor Venezuelan’s welfare, but the ties he secured with other […]