If he is to prove he is different from Trump, the new US president will have to change approach in Latin America, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE
DESPITE enormous costs to its economy and its people imposed by illegal US sanctions, Venezuela has seen off President Donald Trump’s term in office and his clear goal of toppling the elected government of Nicolas Maduro.
From his earliest days in office, Trump had drastically ratcheted up
the sanctions first levied against Venezuela by the Obama
administration, increasingly meaning there is a full-on Cuba-style US
blockade of the country.
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