The Question of Venezuela’s Gold

A brief analysis of legal inconsistencies and the economic subjugation of Venezuela by the United Kingdom.

Earlier in July, the Venezuelan government, under the leadership of Nicolás Maduro, requested access to their gold reserves within the Bank of England (BoE). However, the BoE refused to grant access to these much-needed reserves. The primary issue at hand is the fact that there is, as most people know, a dispute over the presidency within the country between Maduro and the unelected and…

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Martin Barakov

Martin Barakov

A South Slav writing about the Second and Third World. Focusing on the former Eastern Bloc and Latin America.

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