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Can Negotiation Actually Break the Stalemate in Venezuela?

June 19, 2019

CARACAS – The announcement of negotiations in Oslo between Nicolás Maduro’s government and the Venezuelan opposition took most of the country by surprise. Though the basis for the talks was built quietly over several months, their beginning marked a new phase in the country’s political conflict. 

How did we get here, and what are the possibilities for success? 

Two failed attempts to push a rapid break within chavismo left National Assembly President Juan Guaidó and his backers weighing less radical options...

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