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Joe Emersberger: Free Speech Depends on Who’s Talking

Julian Assange has been without any means to directly communicate with the public—in other words, to defend himself from relentless attacks and ridicule in Western media

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Joe Emersberger: Venezuela Poses No ‘Threat to the World’

But the Washington Post’s Claim That It Does Is Dangerous

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Joe Emersberger: From Venezuela to McCain

Media and Human Rights Industry on Same Page

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Joe Emersberger: Why Venezuela Reporting Is So Bad

Review of Alan MacLeod’s Bad News From Venezuela

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Joe Emersberger: Media on Venezuela Conveys and Conceals So Much

Western media have developed, over years of repetition, distortions and whitewashing gross imperial hypocrisy about Venezuela

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Joe Emersberger: Ecuadorean Villagers May Still Triumph Over Chevron

It should not come as any shock that a huge multinational corporation has worked legal systems in various countries to its liking

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Joe Emersberger: Amnesty International Winks at Trump

Amnesty International told me that it “does not take a position on the current application” of U.S. economic sanctions that Trump’s administration imposed on Venezuela in August “but rather emphasizes the urgent need to address the serious crisis of the right to health and food which Venezuela is facing. In terms of human rights, it Read more…

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Joe Emersberger: WSJ’s Epic Distortion

Challenging the mainstream media’s perception of Venezuelan immigration into Colombia

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Joe Emersberger: US Policy a Big Factor in Venezuela’s Depression

A look at the link between the exchange rate reform and violent attacks against the Venezuelan government

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Joe Emersberger: Lenin Moreno Steers Ecuador Rightward

Betraying the Revolution that Elected Him

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