Earlier this month, Yolande Bouka joined students at the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs as a part of the Women in Leadership speaker series. Her talk focused on an intersectional approach to policy between academia. development, and security research agencies.
It has been one month since Juan Guaidó invoked Article 233 of the Venezuelan Constitution, which, in a power vacuum, calls the President of the National Assembly to serve as interim President of the Republic until free and fair elections are held within the following 30 days. However, with the deadline approaching and Nicolás Maduro unwilling to give up his stranglehold on power, Venezuela is heading down a path filled with question marks.