With increasing international support for Juan Guaido’s interim government, a deepening economic crisis and tightening sanctions, what does it mean politically for the Maduro government and what are the next steps for dialogue, elections and new leadership in the oil-rich nation? We spoke to David Mares, a Distinguished Professor of Political Science at UC San Diego to address these questions and to further understand the rapidly changing domestic and international political elements of the Venezuela crisis.
Please join our distinguished “#LatinAmerica’s #NaturalGas Outlook” panel during our #Madrid Energy Conference on Sep 4-6 @mroitman2001
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What's at stake for #Argentina's energy sector in the upcoming presidential election, and to what extent can continuity in #energy policy be expected if #Macri loses?
@jermartinioa, @GerardoGrenerg, @isalacuerva & @PatVas2013 comment #EnergyAdvisor
Visiting the US Commerce offices in #MexicoCity to continue strengthening our collaboration @Jacsanc This plaque marks the continued friendship and prosperity of the peoples of the US and Mexico in 1999 by former @iamericas President and former Ambassador Jeffrey Davidow.3
Our Senior Partner, Nick Panes, will be joining the panel at the Madrid #Energy Conference in September discussing #Political Leadership in the #Americas - A New Era in Policy? #MEC2019 #EnergyTransition
For tickets and more details: https://t.co/2SHvsUkeak
I was invited to speak at the "LatAm Cannabis Series: Mexico Edition" where authorities, industry leaders and researchers shared their perspectives about the future of the cannabis industry in 🇲🇽. Thanks to @iamericas and @TheodoreGildred for hosting this insightful disscussion.