Russia, China, and the United States are all Interested in Venezuela. The U.S. Must Focus on Money.

A closed gas station in Caracas, Venezuela. The country hasn’t exported a barrel of crude oil to the U.S. since May 17. (Photo-Wil Riera/Bloomberg/CNBC)

Opinion Editor at The Badger Herald (badgerherald.com). Student-writer focused on economics, media, politics and the environment | wromano5@verizon.net

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Opinion Editor at The Badger Herald (badgerherald.com). Student-writer focused on economics, media, politics and the environment | wromano5@verizon.net

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