The Crisis in Venezuela: How it Affects U.S. Interests and Security

Luis Fleischman
Current Events / History

Course Description

This program will focus on the origins of the current crisis in Venezuela. The lecture will also explore the alliances of the Venezuelan regime with drug traffickers, terrorist groups and rogue states. The current U.S. policy in the region will be examined.

About the Instructor

  • Luis Fleischman, PhD, received his PhD, and MA in Sociology from the New School for Social Research in New York City, and a BA in Political Science from Tel Aviv University. He is currently a professor of Sociology at Palm Beach State College. Previously he worked for the Jewish Federations of Palm Beach County as Vice President for community and political relations where he worked on issues related to the Middle East, U.S. national security and domestic issues. He also worked at the Center for Security Policy on issues related to Latin America and U.S. foreign policy. Fleischman is the author of Latin America in the Post-Chavez Era: The Threat to the U.S. Security.

Upcoming programs presented by Luis Fleischman.

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One-Time WPL02132 Luis Fleischman The Crisis in Venezuela: How it Affects U.S. Interests and Security
Thursday, February 13: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm