The Blockade Against Venezuela: Measures and Consequences

An infographic breaking down Washington and its allies' economic aggression against Caracas.

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In recent years, the United States and its allies have unleashed a devastating blockade against Venezuela in hopes of triggering regime change. In this infographic, designed by Utopix‘s Kael Abello, we detail the measures and deadly consequences of this multi-pronged aggression.

A look at the the crushing sanctions levied by the US and allies, as well as their consequences for the Venezuelan population. (Venezuelanalysis / Utopix)


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Featured image: Rally in rejection of the U.S. destabilizing plan against Venezuela, 2019. | Photo: Twitter/ @codepink

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