Daniel Lansberg-Rodríguez

Northwestern University / Foreign Policy magazine

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Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez is an adjunct lecturer at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and a regular contributor to Foreign Policy magazine.

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After months of deadly protest over living conditions and human rights abuses, President Nicolas Maduro is accused of running a phony election.

Venezuela in a major crisis: Are sanctions going to help?

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Things are going from bad to worse in Venezuela: A sham election over the weekend, sanctions by the U.S. yesterday, and now leaders of the opposition are under arrest.

How close is Venezuela to collapsing?

Things are going from bad to worse in Venezuela: A sham election over the weekend, sanctions by the U.S. yesterday, and now leaders of the opposition are under arrest.

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Venezuela sits atop the world's largest oil reserves but you wouldn't know it if you visited the country today. The country today seems on the verge of civil war.

Is there a way out for Venezuela?

Venezuela sits atop the world's largest oil reserves but you wouldn't know it if you visited the country today. The country today seems on the verge of civil war.

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