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Raul Zelik

Raul Zelik
Dr. Raul Zelik
Areas of interest: History of socialism, left-wing governments in Latin America, social movements, recent Spanish history, extractivism and 'pay-off society', new wars, and peripheral statehood.

Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia until 2013; freelance author in Berlin since 2014
E-Mail: fb@raulzelik.net

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January - March 2019


Selected Publications

Zelik, R. (2014). State Bureaucracy is Not an Alternative to the Market. Interview with Venezuelan journalist Vanessa Davis / Correo de Orinoco, 13.11.2014. Retrieved from https://venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/11014

Zelik, R. (2012). "Paramilitaries": a short scientific definition (Online Dictionary "Interamerican Wiki", University of Bielefeld). Retrieved from https://www.raulzelik.net/english-texts/371-paramilitaries

Altvater, E. & Zelik, R. (2012). Surveying Utopia. A Conversation about the Myths of Capitalism and the Coming Society. Retrieved from https://www.raulzelik.net/english-texts/369-surveying-utopia

Zelik, R. (2010). "It is comprehensible that Venezuela is paranoid". Interview with Columbian magazine SEMANA, 28.01.2010. Retrieved from https://www.semana.com/international/colombia-in-the-world/articulo/it-is-comprehensible-that-venezuela-is-paranoid/112449-3