Military troops are seen during a ceremony at the Fuerte Tiuna Military Complex in Caracas on Jan. 10. Venezuela's military could rapidly circle its wagons against any external intervention.
With the United States and much of Latin America recognizing Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president -- declaring President Nicolas Maduro's government as "illegitimate" in the process -- it appears that the country is heading toward a chaotic, violent transition of power. As the stakes rise, so does...
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