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A protestor waves a Venezuelan flag near security forces in Caracas, Venezuela.

What to expect from the U.S. on Venezuela?

With two months to go until the 2020 presidential election, U.S. policy on Venezuela faces new urgency. While the country has been used as a political football for domestic reasons, the crisis in Venezuela has serious consequences for the interests of America and its regional partners. Resolving that crisis is likely to remain a bipartisan consensus no matter the outcome in November, but prospects for a democratic transition in Caracas remain grim.

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