What Next, Venezuela? A Roundtable Discussion (part 2)

NACLA Radio

 

President Hugo Chávez was larger than life, stirring hope and controversy while helping to change the political trajectory of Venezuela and Latin America. His death raises pressing and difficult questions: what will become of his political project at home? What are the prospects for regional integration in his wake? How will the United States respond to a post-Chávez landscape?

Listen to the second half of the audio of the panelists answering these questions and discussing other topics related to the Venezuelan transition at the roundtable discussion that took place at NYU on March 13.

Click here to download part one of the discussion.

 

Moderator:
 Alejandro Velasco, New York University

Panelists:


Dario Azzellini, Johannes Kepler Universität 


Naomi Schiller, Temple University 


Fred Rosen, North American Congress on Latin America


Atenea Gimenez, Red de Comunas (direct from Venezuela via Skype) 


Steve Ellner, Universidad de Oriente (direct from Venezuela via Skype)

David Smilde, University of Georgia (direct from Venzuela via Skype)

 

Sponsored by the Gallatin Journal of Global Affairs, the North American Congress on Latin America, and the Center For Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU.

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