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Heavily Armed Soldiers Aborted a Plan to Enter Venezuela by Force

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    at this point it's hard to see any sort of democratic resolution to this whole situation that actually resolves the situation. maduro's still in a pretty solid position both domestically and...

    at this point it's hard to see any sort of democratic resolution to this whole situation that actually resolves the situation. maduro's still in a pretty solid position both domestically and internationally (guaido has basically no power over venezuelan affairs and outside of the west and south america has very sparse recognition), and nobody seems willing to militarily intervene on guaido's part, which leaves elections that guaido should have under the constitution probably called a week or more ago as the main way out before violence is the most likely outcome.

    if military intervention is undertaken though, guaido would probably be smart to look to brazil first given america's less than savory history of intervention and regime change in latin america and its efforts to finally pull itself from the numerous two-decade clusterfucks we've created in the middle east by trying the same thing there.

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