The recent debate on Venezuela has primarily focused on the promotion of a political transition to reestablish a functioning democracy, respect for human rights, and restore a viable economy. However, the discussion and resulting actions should also focus on the need to address the medium to long term regional effects of the Venezuelan migration crisis. The human dimensions of the country’s protracted political, economic, and humanitarian crisis have been daunting, with 4.5 million Venezuelan...
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrapped up a four-nation tour of South America on Sunday at the Colombian-Venezuelan border, asking the man in the presidential palace in Caracas to step down for the good of his nation. Check out this article on the subject, that includes comments by one of JGI’s senior policy analyst, Imdat Oner.
Nicolás Maduro has been one of the main characters in our daily news for the past couple of weeks. With Venezuela going through so much, it is important think about what will happen next. Check out this article by one of JGI’s senior policy analyst, Imdat Oner, that talks about Turkish-Venezuelan relations.
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The Return of Russian Disinformation in the Coronavirus Era by Savina Koda
The COVID-19 pandemic created a U.S. election season like no other, infiltrating the lives of every American and transforming the world into a “new normal”. Concern for the coronavirus has distracted many voters from an enduring problem that dominated the headlines of news outlets during the 2016 election cycle: Russian influence in U.S. elections. Despite its reduced media coverage, the threat persists. Russia will use COVID-related information operations in the upcoming 2020 presidential elections to degrade public trust in the U.S. electoral system and shift the election in favor of Donald Trump.
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