In Background, Discussion, Economic Sanctions as Collective Punishment, Venezuela, Video, Videos and podcasts

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Washington’s sanctions regime against Venezuela has escalated significantly in recent months. In the latest joint production with Tatuy TV, we examine the context and timeline of unilateral coercive measures as a regime-change method.

By Tatuy TV &

Published on Venezuelanalysis, Aug 26, 2019

VA’s latest production with Tatuy TV focuses on unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela, commonly known as sanctions.

With threats of military intervention constantly issued, there is already an “intervention” in place in the form of sanctions, which were recently escalated to an embargo. Measures have especially targeted Venezuela’s oil industry, and independent studies have found them responsible for at least 40,000 deaths since 2017.

In the video we look at historical precedents of sanctions as regime-change methods and the timeline of Washington’s attacks against Venezuela.



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