Broken Ties, Frozen Borders: Colombia and Venezuela Face COVID-19

Schermafbeelding 2020-04-21 om 10.52.06.pngGeography, economics and migration patterns dictate that Colombia and Venezuela, which severed diplomatic ties in 2019, will confront the coronavirus pandemic together. The two countries should temporarily mend their relations, and the Venezuelan factions should pause their duel, to allow for a coordinated humanitarian response.

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