According to the realist school of international relations, each country is autonomous and its economies are national. So that means (conveniently) that any nation whose economy is struggling is its own fault. In this article on Venezuela an economist begs to differ. The hyperinflation in Venezuela is not due to the Maduro government but to the political manipulation of third parties (we wonder who) of the exchange rate between the bolivar and the dollar.
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