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    Venezuela

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    Venezuela Introduction Since the establishment of a democracy in 1961, Venezuela has dramatically increased its' role in the international community over the last four decades and has come forth as a regional leader for the Latin American and the Caribbean regions. Venezuela forms one of the most integral parts of Latin America. While its' being a leader of Latin America as a whole cannot be overlooked, its' even greater role as part of the Caribbean cannot be ignored. This paper will examine

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    Venezuela

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    Since the 1970s, Venezuela has gone from being South America’s richest nation into a nouveau-poor society in search of an identity. Once known as the Saudis of the West, Venezuelans have seen their economic fortunes decline in exact proportion to the general fall in world oil prices. Even so, Venezuela’s many problems were hidden from view until relatively recently, when severity measures heralded the sort of economic crises so painfully familiar to other Latin American countries. Runaway inflation

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    Venezuela Venezuela is a country on the northern coast of South America. See Exhibit A. It lies along the Caribbean Sea. The Atlantic Ocean is on the northeast. Venezuela's western neighbor is Colombia, Brazil is to the south and Guyana is to the east. The Maracaibo Basin surrounds Lake Maracaibo in western Venezuela. Lake Maracaibo is South America's largest lake. The Andean Highlands stretch across northern Venezuela. Pico Bolivar, in the Andean Highlands, is Venezuela's highest peak

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    Venezuela

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    Venezuela is a dangerous country, and its capital, Caracas is an extremely dangerous city. Venezuela is a deadlier place then Iraq, with about four times the number of deaths from violence in Venezuela then in Iraq. In 2008 the homicide rate for Venezuela was 48 for every 100,000 people. In the United States the rate was 5.6 per 100,000 (Llana, 2008). A 2010 report puts the murder rate at 75 per 100,000 (Shooting gallery, 2010). Caracas has become the deadliest city in the world, with approximately

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    Venezuela

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    Venezuela is a country that has various domestic issues. I will be discussing the ones I have found to be salient. Initially, Venezuela’s domestic food shortage and dependence on food imports. Secondly, the country’s currency shortage. Subsequently, the crime that is going on throughout the country. Additionally, their housing and infrastructure issue. To conclude, Venezuela’s poverty rate. All these points make up Venezuela’s domestic issues. To start off with, Venezuela is a rich country in resources

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    Venezuela

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    Introduction Venezuela was one of the richest countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830 (the others being Colombia and Ecuador). For most of the first half of the 20th century, Venezuela was ruled by generally benevolent military strongmen, who promoted the oil industry and allowed for some social reforms. Democratically elected governments have held sway since 1959. Current concerns include: a polarized political environment, a politicized military, drug-related violence

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    Venezuela Country Report History Venezuela was first explored by Columbus on his third journey in 1498 where he found Arawak, Carib, and Chibcha natives (9 Infoplease). The name Venezuela means little Venice. Venezuela was one of the first South American colonies to revolt against colonial rule in 1810 winning its independence in 1822. It became a republic in 1830 than a period of unstable dictators ruled Venezuela until 1870 (9 Infoplease). In 1870 Antonio Guzman Blanco governed till 1888 during

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    Protests In Venezuela

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    the opposition leader, Leopold Lopez was accounted for organizing all the protests that have recently taken place in Venezuela. Indeed, he has been arrested with charges of terrorism and murder; however, these charges have been changed to conspiracy counts and government threat. What it started as a peaceful protest of students demanding more security and economic stability in Venezuela became to be a massacre of innocent young people fighting for a peaceful environment. The opposition and outsiders

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    Gusst - Venezuela

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    country known as Venezuela is located in the Northern portion of South America. It borders two large bodies of water; the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Columbia and Guyana are the countries that share its border with Venezuela. Venezuela is in a tropical climate and conditions are typically hot and humid. The capital of Venezuela is Caracas and the country occupies a land mass of approximately 912,050 square kilometers. As of May 1st, 2014, the estimated population of Venezuela will be 24

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    The History Of Venezuela

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    In 1821, Venezuela became a country after being ruled by Spain Venezuela was claimed Christopher Columbus soon after his arrival in 1498. Spain had rule over Venezuela for over 300 years until the 1800s when the Venezuelans fought for freedom from Spain led by Simon Bolivar. (Gibson, 2007) Location The country of Venezuela is located in Northern South America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean. The capital of Venezuela is Caracas, which is located in the northern coast of the

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