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Micaela Ovelar

Political scientist and international adviser, Argentine-Venezuelan scholar, feminist and social activist. Micaela has a B.A. in Political Science, a Masters in International Relations; with studies in issues of gender, government, democracy, and the state. She was the international relations adviser of president Hugo Chavez and has worked with the Venezuelan government for the last 15 years.She is also an independent journalist, producer, and in Film & TV Direction from EMPA (Venezuela). She was a producer and commentator at Radio Alba Ciudad (Caracas). Micaela worked as translator and transcriptionist on “South of the Border” by Oliver Stone, archival research on “Silvio Rodríguez. My first calling” by Catherine Murphy, and as a journalist for “Correo del Alba.” (Bolivia-Venezuela).

Expert materials

What is happening in Nicaragua?

What is happening in Nicaragua?

While the US puts pressure on the Nicaraguan revolution, Argentina and Mexico play a very dispued role.
Diplomatic conflict between Chile and Argentina

Diplomatic conflict between Chile and Argentina

The reason are Chile's recent decrees on territorial delimitation
Venezuela: Chavismo and opposition meet in Mexico

Venezuela: Chavismo and opposition meet in Mexico

On context, objectives and prospects of the dialogue process initiated between Venezuelan government and opposition.
EPA: Primary and open elections in Venezuela

EPA: Primary and open elections in Venezuela

The PSUV lets the entire citizenship of Venezuela decide on its candidates for the November-elections on mayors and governors.
Mercosur and the risks of rupture inside the commercial block

Mercosur and the risks of rupture inside the commercial block

Argentina and the other members of the bloc defend contradicting internal and external policies
What is happening in Cuba?

What is happening in Cuba?

Imperialism is the virus
The Bicentennial Congress of the Peoples of the World

The Bicentennial Congress of the Peoples of the World

International congress in Venezuela declares struggle against US hegemony, support for a multipolar world and concrete tasks of action.
Pedro Sánchez’ official visit to Argentina

Pedro Sánchez’ official visit to Argentina

The economic agenda and political pragmatism of Alberto Fernández
The selective blockade against Venezuela

The selective blockade against Venezuela

Biden renews Chevron’s license to operate in Venezuela
Presidential elections in Venezuela: did Maduro negotiate with Guaidó?

Presidential elections in Venezuela: did Maduro negotiate with Guaidó?

Juan Guaidó, the pro-American Venezuelan politician called the country's President to negotiations. What does that mean - and what not?
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