Playing the long game in Venezuela


Any democratic transition in Venezuela must be home-grown and driven by local actors, says a leading analyst.

Only the country’s own protagonists will ultimately determine if and when Venezuela restores democratic rule; only a well-organized opposition rooted in Venezuela can effectively take on Nicolás Maduro, who has proved to be a canny operator, Georgetown University’s Michael Shifter writes for Foreign Affairs.

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