International pressure on Venezuela is mounting as the country’s strongman, Nicolás Maduro, clamps down.
Christian FitzHugh is an international relations graduate from the University of Sussex. His dissertations have focused on the rise and fall of Chile's Salvador Allende and left-wing populism in South America. He worked at the European Parliament and has been published in the International Business and Economics Review.
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