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Sergio Rodríguez Gelfenstein

Sergio Rodríguez Gelfenstein

A Venezuelan international relations expert, Gelfenstein was previously Director of the International Relations of the Presidency of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, his country’s ambassador to Nicaragua and an advisor for international politics for TELESUR. He has written numerous books, among them “China in the XXI Century – the awakening of a giant”, published in several Latin American countries. You can follow him on Twitter: @sergioro0701

Expert materials

A new holocaust in the 21st century: Zionism threatens the world

A new holocaust in the 21st century: Zionism threatens the world

The Palestine conflict in its wider context was debated in Venezuela.
Mexico: From the Mayans and the Aztecs to Claudia Sheinbaum and the 4th. Transformation

Mexico: From the Mayans and the Aztecs to Claudia Sheinbaum and the 4th. Transformation

On the new President of Mexico, Claudia Sheinbaum, and the political trajectory that led to her victory.
Fight for peace, avoid World War 3

Fight for peace, avoid World War 3

Our task is to resist, to resist and then overcome.
A week’s lights and shadows in Iran

A week’s lights and shadows in Iran

UWI author Gelfenstein attended as part of the Venezuelan delegation the 35th International Book Fair of Tehran.
ALBA: Future proposal for Latin America and the Caribbean

ALBA: Future proposal for Latin America and the Caribbean

The main contradiction on the Latin American continent is still between the ideas of Monroe and Bolivar, ALBA representing the ideas of the great Latin American hero.
70 years after the Battle of Dien Bien Phu

70 years after the Battle of Dien Bien Phu

Vietnam's contribution to the anti-colonial struggle.
The port of Chancay in Peru: Reason for a new War of the Pacific?

The port of Chancay in Peru: Reason for a new War of the Pacific?

Issues around China's first port investment in Latin America
Laura Richardson: A modern Athena

Laura Richardson: A modern Athena

The rhetoric of the Chief of the Southern Command reflects the insertion of Latin America - by the United States - in a logic of global confrontation that predicts greater presence and greater interventionism.
A new diplomacy for peace

A new diplomacy for peace

Storming of Mexican embbasy in Ecuador and bombing of Iranian embassy in Syria indicate profound transformation of international system.
Lula and Petro: “Tell me who you are with and I will tell you who you are”

Lula and Petro: “Tell me who you are with and I will tell you who you are”

On Brazil and Colombia's support for the Pro-American oppositional wanna-be candidate in Venezuela.
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