“As a top benefactor to the Venezuelan crisis and an advocate for national democratic transition, the United States should strengthen its commitment by granting TPS to Venezuelans.”
Congressman Miguel Pizarro, Dr. Carlos Blanco, and Dr. Michael McCarthy discussed the current Venezuelan regime and evolving relations with the U.S.
“The United States must work towards supporting the soon-to-be election in Venezuela instead of fanning the flames of political polarization.”
The Beyond the Headlines series at the Pardee School continued with a discussion on the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela.
Amb. Paul Hare was interviewed for two articles on a range of topics including the Venezuela crisis, United States policy and Cuba.
Amb. Paul Hare was interviewed for a widely-syndicated article on the growing political crisis in Venezuela.
Amb. Paul Hare discussed the Venezuela crisis and how global diplomacy is fragmented in trying to find a peaceful solution.
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher discussed China’s influence on Venezuela’s finance policy.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses whether international pressure can have an impact on the ongoing crisis in Venezuela.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the current diplomatic ties between Cuba and Venezuela.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the role of Cuba in the current political turmoil in Venezuela.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses Venezuela’s ability to maintain key alliances despite the increasing isolation of President Nicolas Maduro’s government.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses new opposition from the United States facing Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the past, present and future of relations between Cuba and Venezuela.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses international reactions to the move by the Supreme Court in Venezuela to strip the National Assembly of its powers.
Amb. Paul Hare discussed how institutional crises in Venezuela and Brazil will affect Cuba.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discussed the state of China’s economic partnership with Venezuela.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher said Beijing has extended $65 billion to Venezuela since 2007 in 17 separate loans.
At an event organized by Latin American Studies, attendees learned about the rise of the barrio as a unit of cultural and political power in Venezuela.
What does U. S. relations with Venezuela have to do with the diplomatic process in Cuba? Amb. Paul Webster Hare has the answer.