Professor Javier Corrales analyzes the factors that may influence how Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro chooses to act in his new role.
When Hugo Chávez took office in 1999, most Venezuela-watchers set their eyes on one major question: What was Chávez going to do with the political regime he inherited? This year, as Venezuela inaugurates the first post-Chávez administration under Nicolás Maduro, the question is the same: What will Maduro do with the political regime he inherited?
January 15, 2013
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article