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The death of Venezuela leader Hugo Chavez has saddened its unlikely ally of Iran. Washington should be very worried about this.
The recent death of Hugo Chavez heralds a complete restructuring not just for Venezuela's political system, but for all of the Latin American left as well.
Vice President Maduro's recent anti-U.S. hysteria suggests that Venezuelan-U.S. relations are unlikely to improve.
Hollywood actor Sean Penn has already issued a statement expressing his remorse and admiration for the late Hugo Chavez. Director Oliver Stone came to Chavez' aid as well.
The socialist leader of Venezuela has died after a two-year battle with cancer, paving the way for new elections in the oil-rich South American country.
The Venezuelan opposition will remain ineffective now that Hugo Chávez has died, unless they change dramatically the content of its narrative.
With El Comandante dead, Venezuela finds itself at a crossroads. Will Venezuelans choose Nicolas Maduro and socialism, or Henrique Capriles and freedom?