View fellow Francisco Monaldi's assessment of the road ahead for Venezuela, a country rich in oil and gas that President Nicolás Maduro has led into economic dysfunction and crisis. Monaldi's comments in English are followed by the interview in Spanish.
Monaldi also commented on the crisis in Venezuela in the following publications:
AFP News, via Yahoo News (Aug. 13): Could Venezuela's debt crisis force regime change?
NBC News (Aug. 9): Experts: U.S. needs Latin America for pressure on Venezuela to work
Reuters (Aug. 8): In political storm, Venezuela state-run oil company PDVSA drifts further
ABC News via AP (July 31): What's next? New Venezuela assembly has vast powers
The Washington Post's Wonkblog (July 31): Say goodbye to $2.30 gas if Trump goes hard after Venezuela
Fox Business (July 30): U.S. weighs sanctions against Venezuela’s oil industry
L.A. Times (July 29): As Venezuelan election nears, more upheaval and cries of fraud
New York Times (July 27): Wider U.S. sanctions on Venezuela risk biting both countries
On Aug. 9, he co-authored a report on what U.S. sanctions would be most effective in maximizing pressure on President Nicolás Maduro’s government while minimizing repercussions for the Venezuelan people, published by the Atlantic Council: http://bit.ly/2uoPFWq.
On Aug. 8, he appeared on Houston Matters to discuss the recent events in Venezuela and possible responses from the United States: