Rebuilding Venezuela

Rebuilding Venezuela

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Paul J. Angelo
Paul J. Angelo

Fellow for Latin America Studies

About the Project

Home to the world’s largest-known oil reserves and once the wealthiest country in South America, Venezuela today faces political unrest, rampant criminality, deep economic contraction, and Latin America’s biggest humanitarian crisis in more than a generation. Most of the country’s longstanding democratic institutions have broken down under the personalistic rule of Nicolas Maduro, and the country’s corrupt and predatory security institutions have assumed an outsized role in governance and economic management. Through meetings, articles, and op-eds, the project on “Rebuilding Venezuela” examines the myriad challenges facing the Andean nation. The project will culminate in a Council Special Report detailing how the United States and likeminded countries can help restore security and justice to Venezuela.

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The United States and its partners in the Americas have made little progress on ending the dire political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. Only with the cooperation of crucial partners in the European Union can the U.S. government hope to reach a resolution in the stricken South American nation.

Venezuela

Venezuela represents the Western Hemisphere’s largest humanitarian crisis. Paul J. Angelo outlines what the United States can do to help alleviate the suffering of the Venezuelan people.

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