Will U.S.-Venezuela Relations Thaw?
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Will U.S.-Venezuela Relations Thaw?

December 23, 2022 11:57 am (EST)

Will U.S.-Venezuela Relations Thaw?
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After years of tension, relations between the United States and Venezuela appear to be headed in a new direction. The Joe Biden administration has temporarily rolled back some U.S. sanctions on Venezuela’s oil industry in an effort to curb energy prices as well as help the Venezuelan people. But the extent of this détente hinges on Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. What’s in store for bilateral relations?

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