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Forced regime change

Traditionally, the foreign policy blob – with the assistance of the legacy media – defined an immediate threat for a foreign military intervention or coup. Their aim was to manufacture public support. Today, it is different. With virtually no public debate, Venezuela is the target of forced regime change. The problem is, forced regime change has a dreadful record.

CrossTalking with Michael O’Hanlon and Guillaume Long.

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