The crisis in Venezuela is a problem for the country and the region that neither international law nor existing multilateral institutions are well equipped to handle. And yet, both the United States and multilateral institutions do have plausible alternatives and may yet have the ability to play a decisive role in managing the consequences of that crisis for the region without direct intervention.
As a platform designed to provide scholarly analysis and opinion, we are proud to count with some of the leading academics and activists on the region, working in democracy and human rights, social inclusion, security, LGBT rights, and economic policy and development. Their articles and opinions appear regularly in some of the leading journals, magazines and newspapers, and they often appear in radio and television interviews.
Below are some of our contributors recent articles and media appearances. If you’d like to reach any of them, feel free to contact them directly or write to us.