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Francisco Toro is Chief Content Officer of the Group of 50 and a contributing columnist for Post Opinions.
Trump’s instinct is clearly to strike out against Maduro. But the U.S. national security establishment is uniformly opposed to this terrible idea.
That line of thinking is lazy and wrong.
All economists know that to stop hyperinflation, you have to stop printing money. Maduro never got the memo.
A U.S. invasion of Venezuela remains a remote possibility — but it is not the absurd impossibility it looked like a year ago.
Maduro is now a toxic brand in Venezuelan politics.
A minor policy change triggers a transformative surge of popular anger.
Everyone thought the Colombian election would be about FARC — but voters have moved on.
The International Criminal Court is looking at the harrowing evidence of abuse in Venezuela.
A devastated nation prepares for a blatantly unfair vote.
How can Venezuelans possibly go on?