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The Trump administration is using recognition to weaken the incumbent regime of Nicolás Maduro while strengthening Juan Guaidó’s opposition movement. But if it fails, this strategy may have dangerous consequences.
The best and most sensible reading of the Venezuelan Constitution leads to the conclusion that Juan Guaidó is now the interim president of Venezuela.
The economic disaster in Venezuela has evolved into state collapse and mass migration. To move forward, it is important to understand the roots and scale of this rapidly developing refugee crisis.
This week’s Hot Commodities looks at energy, corruption and power, dissension in the OPEC ranks, and oil changing hands in Libya.
The Intelligence Studies Essay: "Hybrid Warfare" at Home: Asymmetric Tactics Are Not Just Used in Ukraine, They Are Employed against the United States, and Have Been for Quite Some Time
The United States has long been a target of hybrid warfare by states seeking to disrupt or influence U.S. decision-making.
ISIS's electric supply, hot times in the Persian Gulf, OPEC's price point, Polish power plays, and a whole lot more in this edition of Hot Commodities.
Editor’s Note: Welcome to the first edition of Hot Commodities, our new roundup of news and analysis of energy and security.