A War Without Bombs: The Social, Political and Economic Impact of Sanctions Against Venezuela
Ever since the 1998 election of Hugo Chávez, Washington has been trying to overthrow the Bolivarian Revolution. In recent years, regime-change efforts have mostly relied on an all-out economic war against Venezuela with a weapon of choice: unilateral coercive measures, commonly known as sanctions.
A War Without Bombs: The Social, Political and Economic Impact of Sanctions Against Venezuela aims to provide Venezuelanalysis readers, internationalists, activists, and people committed to social justice with the tools to understand (and collectively revert) the devastating impact of the blockade on the people of Venezuela.
This publication features essays, infographics and interviews with expert analysts to expose the mechanics of sanctions, their impact and the geopolitical implications. It likewise features testimonies of popular resistance from Bolivarian grassroots organizations.