Venezuela's Supreme Court nullified the country's legislature last week by ruling that it was in contempt of the law. Although the court later backtracked and rescinded its two most controversial judgments, the move has been decried as an "attempted coup" carried out by supporters of President Nicolás Maduro.
Fellow Francisco Monaldi discussed the ongoing political crisis and how the resulting instability might affect international oil investors.
Oct 19 2021 | Foreign Policy
Oct 19 2021 | Center for Energy Studies