Cyber Security and Emerging Threats Farah Bogani

Why is Venezuela in Crisis?

 


 

Additional sources:

1. Venezuela death toll hits 29

2. Amnesty International: Venezuela 2016/2017 report

3. What is happening in Venezuela?

4. Venezuela food prices

5. Venezuela asks UN for help as medicine shortages grow severe

6. Venezuela’s military has turned its food crisis into a ‘racket’

7. Venezuela protests: what you need to know

Photo: The people of the opposition march peacefully to the vicinity of the Palace of Justice in Maracaibo (2014), by María Alejandra Mora via Wikimedia Commons. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.


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Author

  • Farah Bogani

    Farah Bogani is the Program Editor of ‘NATO’s Arc of Crisis’ at the NATO Association of Canada. She has spent her life overseas, and brings with her an international perspective to understanding global security issues. Farah holds a Master of Arts in Comparative Literature and International Relations from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, and a Master of Science in Human Rights at the London School of Economics and Political Science in England. Her studies have inspired a research focus on improving human security, international law, transitional justice, and analyzing atrocities in conflict such as genocide, ethnic cleansing, torture, and extrajudicial killings. She hopes to pursue a career working for think tanks conducting research and policy analysis.

Farah Bogani
Farah Bogani is the Program Editor of ‘NATO’s Arc of Crisis’ at the NATO Association of Canada. She has spent her life overseas, and brings with her an international perspective to understanding global security issues. Farah holds a Master of Arts in Comparative Literature and International Relations from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, and a Master of Science in Human Rights at the London School of Economics and Political Science in England. Her studies have inspired a research focus on improving human security, international law, transitional justice, and analyzing atrocities in conflict such as genocide, ethnic cleansing, torture, and extrajudicial killings. She hopes to pursue a career working for think tanks conducting research and policy analysis.
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