In Venezuela, Maduro Is More Entrenched Than Ever. What Can Biden Do?

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaks at a closing campaign rally for the upcoming National Assembly elections, in Caracas, Venezuela, Dec. 3, 2020 (AP photo by Ariana Cubillos).
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaks at a closing campaign rally for the upcoming National Assembly elections, in Caracas, Venezuela, Dec. 3, 2020 (AP photo by Ariana Cubillos).
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Venezuelan opposition leaders and the governments that back them just saw their strategy for dislodging the increasingly tyrannical regime of President Nicolas Maduro culminate in failure. Last Sunday, in farcical elections for a new legislature, Maduro’s supporters took control of the last remaining bastion of the opposition, the National Assembly. The legislature had served as the tip of the spear for a coordinated international campaign to remove Maduro, which was promoted by the Trump administration and supported by European and Latin American democracies. That plan, which launched two years ago, had tried to capitalize on the opposition’s control of the […]

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