One country. Two leaders. Juan Guaido declaring himself to be interim president on January 23rd of this year acted as an electroshock to Venezuela. The waves spread quickly around the world, as state governments and other entities sided either with the young head of the national parliament and leader of the opposition or with the controversially re-elected president Nicolas Maduro. European countries also had to take sides. Or so it seems.
What does the worsening crisis in Venezuela reveal about the state of regional and global politics ? What does it mean for Europe ? What role and influence should the old continent have in this situation ?
Come join us Tuesday in the Old Building to discuss answers to these questions and more during our third Tuesdays of the Great Continent of the Spring Semester !