Check Yourself

“As Tuesday, April 30, began, the United States and its allies thought they finally had checkmate, after months of building up the opposition leader Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s legitimate president and recruiting more than 50 nations to their cause. By the end of the day, the board had been flipped upside down, pieces were scattered everywhere.” The Atlantic: How an Elaborate Plan to Topple Venezuela’s President Went Wrong.

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