By Helen Lewis - 05 March 10:33
The Venezuelan leader's death will trigger a presidential election within 30 days.
By Rory Carroll - 30 January 08:04
He kept power by bullying those who dissented – and his departure leaves a dangerous vacuum.
By Richard Gott - 30 January 07:48
As illness ends Hugo Chávez’s rule in Venezuela, what will his legacy be? Richard Gott argues he brought hope to a continent.
By Lee Salter - 05 October 11:18
Hugo Chavez is definitely going to lose, isn’t he?
By New Statesman - 10 August 07:24
Hugo Chávez on the Venezuelan election.
By Samira Shackle - 29 December 01:15
The Venezuelan leader ponders whether the US could have "developed a technology to induce cancer".
By Sophie FitzMaurice - 26 August 01:24
Why does the US media care more about riots across the pond than protests happening on its doorstep?
By Sophie FitzMaurice - 18 August 02:07
The Venezuelan President, Hugo Chávez, has announced plans to renationalise the country's gold.