VENEZUELA: AT THE END OF THE REVOLUTION?

By miguel on March 31, 2014 in
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sosvenezuelaxCONSORTBANNER

MONDAY, APRIL 7. 5.00PM

John Hope Franklin Center. 2204 Erwin Road

Room 240. Duke University

 

VENEZUELA: AT THE END OF THE REVOLUTION?

With:

Patrick D. Duddy, Visiting Senior Lecturer, Fuqua School of Busines and Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke. Former U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela.

Brian Nelson, Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. Author of The Silence and the Scorpion. The coup against Chávez and the making of Modern Venezuela (2009)

Miguel Chirinos, Venezuelan Historian. Co-founder of the Venezuelan Cultural Association of North Carolina.

Moderated by: Gil Merkx. Director Duke Center for International Studies

 

See:

Recent articles by Duddy on Venezuela:

May 2013 - Venezuela After Chávez. American Diplomacy

January 2013 - Chavismo is Entrenched. New York Times

September 2012 - Political Unrest in VenezuelaCouncil on Foreing Relations

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Articles by Nelson on Venezuela:

Spring 2011 - The Education of Hugo Chávez –Feature article from The Virginia Quarterly Review

June 2009 - If only Chávez were more like Castro –An op-ed from The Christian Science Monitor

July 2009 - The Chávez-Castro Connection –An op-ed from From the History News Network

Fall 2009 - “Hugo Chávez is not going away soon”–An op-ed from The Christian Science Monitor

Fall 2008 - “ONE CROWDED HOUR: An Intimate Look at the Street Violence that Sparked the 2002 Coup against Hugo Chávez.” –From The Virginia Quarterly Review

SEE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT VENEZUELA (in Spanish):

EL UNIVERSAL 

EL NACIONAL 

TELESCOPIO INTERNACIONAL

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