The Chavez government has given a cautious welcome to the election of Juan Manuel Santos in Colombia.
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James Suggett reports on the progress of Venezuela's ambitious education initiative, 'Mission Sucre'.
James Suggett on a new series of anti-corruption measures in Venezuela.
Fighting Corruption or Persecuting Political Opponents in Venezuela? A Response to the New York TimesApril 16, 2010 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
James Suggett picks apart the New York Times' claims about alleged political persecution in Chavez's Venezuela.
A new law prohibiting Venezuela's corporate media from inciting violence against the Chavez government has prompted violent demonstrations from right-wing student groups, as James Suggett explains.
Hugo Chavez believes the Colombian government is planning to fabricate a pretext for a cross-border military attack, as James Suggett reports.
Hugo Chavez has warned the US and Colombia that any aggression against Venezuela will be met with firm resistance, as James Suggett explains.
Hugo Chavez has condemned the Colombian government's decision to permit the US to expand its military presence in Colombia, as James Suggett explains.
James Suggett on how a row over espionage is exacerbating the intense friction between the Chavez government and the US-backed Uribe regime in Colombia.
James Suggett on the uncompromising Venezuelan response to US criticisms of recent arms purchases from Russia.