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Venezuela’s Election Faces Seemingly Insurmountable Obstacles

Venezuelans are eager to vote in the July 28 presidential election. While most lack the time or energy to take to the streets and protest the country’s ongoing crisis, reliable polls indicate that they will mobilize to vote—and will vote for change.

Tamara Taraciuk Broner

Articles & Op-Eds ˙ ˙ Americas Quarterly

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Navigating Corruption: Implications for Venezuela’s Future

Venezuela’s presidential elections are taking place on July 28, 2024. While focusing on electoral conditions is essential, whoever governs the country in the next term will do so in a nation plagued by corruption. Addressing both is crucial for the country’s future.

Daniel Caballero

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Escuela Plus And Audiovisual Programming As An Educational Tool

In this report, the Inter-American Dialogue presents the results of its study on the Escuela Plus program experience and the role of satellite television in educational practices.

Sarah Stanton, Ariel Fiszbein, Anna Herrero Tejada

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Taraciuk Broner: “Venezuela has been in crisis for a long time, but it has not always made headlines”

Tamara Taraciuk Broner, director of the Rule of Law program, participated in the podcast “Where Did the Migrant Crisis Come From?” on In the Room with Peter Bergen. She discussed the context and causes of the Venezuelan humanitarian and migration crisis, as well as the use of the lifting of US sanctions as leverage for fair elections.

Tamara Taraciuk Broner

Podcasts ˙ ˙ In the Room with Peter Bergen

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Elections Series – The Future of Venezuela Post-Opposition Primaries

The Venezuelan opposition primaries saw a remarkable turnout, with over 2.3 million voters, resulting in María Corina Machado’s victory despite her disqualification by the regime. The Barbados Agreement and the lifting of US sanctions offer a potential breakthrough for establishing some electoral conditions. However, a transition of power cannot occur without a clear and coherent path forward beyond election day.

Daniel Caballero

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Taraciuk Broner: “El régimen de Maduro está intentando cambiar las reglas del juego y el punto de partida de la negociación”

Tamara Taraciuk Broner, directora del programa sobre Estado de Derecho, conversó con Liz Gazcón en El Pitazo, sobre cuál es el futuro de las negociaciones con el régimen de Maduro, así como respecto a los incentivos que se podrían generar para una posible transición democrática en el país. 

Tamara Taraciuk Broner

Interviews ˙ ˙ El Pitazo

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Orozco: “Uno de 20 migrantes es un menor de edad”

En una entrevista con CNN en Español, Manuel Orozco, director del programa Migración, Remesas y Desarrollo del Diálogo Interamericano, conversó con Gabriela Frías sobre la crisis migratoria, sus consecuencias electorales en los EEUU y las tendencias y flujos migratorios entre otros temas.

Manuel Orozco, Gabriela Frias

Interviews ˙ ˙ CNN en Español

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Latin America’s Election Super-Cycle Will Turn on One Key Factor

In Latin America’s 2024 electoral super-cycle, voters seem likely to reward leaders who address their most fundamental needs—in some cases regardless of whether they value democracy, clean government or the rule of law.

Tamara Taraciuk Broner

Articles & Op-Eds ˙ ˙ Americas Quarterly

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Chavez: “El momento no es casualidad”

En una entrevista con CNN, Rebecca Bill Chavez, Presidenta y CEO del Diálogo Interamericano, analizó las implicaciones geopolíticas del conflicto territorial entre Venezuela y Guyana, y la posibilidad de que esta disputa escale.

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Interviews ˙ ˙ CNN