Showdown in Caracas: How to break Venezuela's impasse? (part 2)
Issued on: Modified:
It's not quite divine intervention, but could the Vatican succeed where others have failed in breaking Venezuela's impasse? On the eve of another key mass march to demand his ouster, embattled President Nicolas Maduro paid a surprise call on the Pope. If the prospect of talks divides the opposition, the anger over food rationing and hyperinflation is enough to unite. We'll weigh the ways forward to get back on track the nation that sits on the world's largest known oil reserves.