Geopolitics: Who will replace Chavez?
Left wing president Hugo Chavez has held a high profile on the world stage with his rhetoric as he ruled Venezuela for more than a decade. Now facing further treatment for cancer GIS expert Dr Joseph S. Tulchin asks who will fill the vacuum after the Chavez revolution.
IT IS difficult to believe that Venezuela’s president, Hugo Chavez, is Latin America’s longest-serving head of state.
He has ruled the country for 12 years and is seeking another six-year term in 2012 – if he is alive after his cancer scare.
For years, it was impossible to ignore him. He spoke constantly on the world stage,...
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