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4 Mar, 2019 09:16

Venezuela: Anatomy of a coup

After learning nothing from epic failures in resource-rich countries like Iraq and Libya, the US neocons are at it again.

Condemnation of a democratically elected president, gaslighting from the international community, sanctions, meddling with supply chains and threatening the lives of generals. All hallmarks of a regime in search of yet more resources.

But after years of this well-worn neocon narrative, could Venezuela be the stumbling block that halts an overstretched US war machine?

Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by Dr. Francisco Dominguez, head of the Latin American Studies Research Group at Middlesex University, and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, professor of human rights at Birkbeck, to ask what’s really going on in Venezuela.

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