Chris Gilbert

Chris Gilbert is professor of political science in the Universidad Bolivariana de Venezuela.

An Unannounced Rupture in Venezuelan Politics

Covid and Democracy, a Turning Point?

How the Left Got Where It Is in Venezuela

The Spanish State’s “Nationalization” of Clinics Resembles Privatization

Infected with Passivity: Letter from Catalonia

Letter From Catalonia: Alarming Measures

Forward! A Week of Protest in Catalonia

Defending Venezuela: Two Approaches

Venezuela’s 23F: A Collective Victory for a Collective Future

Biplav’s Communist Party of Nepal on the Move: Dispatch by a Far-Flung Bolivarian

Meeting Comrade Pasang, Nepal’s Vice President

In the Wake of Nepal’s Incomplete Revolution: Dispatch by a Far-Flung Bolivarian 

How to Reactivate Chavismo

Venezuela’s Embarrassment of Riches? Socialism is Not in a Race Against Capitalism

Chavist vs. Chavist: Class Struggle on the Rise Following Venezuela’s Local Elections

Mutant October: Learning from the Rough Beast of Revolution

Strange Fruit: Venezuela has an Opposition that Nobody Should Support

The Chávez Hypothesis: Vicissitudes of a Strategic Project

History Repeats Itself? Venezuela’s New Constituent Assembly

Twilight of the Idols: Venezuela’s National Assembly Goes Belly Up

A Radical, Questionable Move: Venezuela Withdraws Its 100 Bolivar Notes

Fidel Castro: a Part of Us

Demo Derby in Venezuela: The Left’s New Freewheeling Politics

Corruption in Latin American Governments

Venezuela Today: This Must Be Progress