Philip C. French, U.S. Department of State
In a single generation, Venezuela transformed from a functioning, if imperfect, democracy, with a growing middle class to a political and economic calamity from which over ten percent of its population has sought refuge abroad, fleeing a collapsing state and shortages of basic goods and services. How could this happen to a country with the largest oil reserves in the world? Join us as we discuss the origins and possible outcomes of the hemisphere’s gravest humanitarian crisis.
Sponsored by the International Relations Department
This event was published on October 18, 2019.