As the United States continues to shape its policy toward Latin America, China is rising as an economic and geopolitical force in the region. China’s influence in Latin America is neither transparent nor market oriented, and no country has felt the consequences more than Venezuela. Through loans and outbound direct investments, China has poured funding into Venezuela at the cost of Venezuela’s citizens and long-term success.
This is why America needs regime change and influence in Venezuela.
Allowing China a strong foothold in South America, on top of Africa, would be a strategic deathblow to the American Empire.
Europe and the West are Bros, but China can't run all the Emerging Markets. https://t.co/XTYgrt8mu5
RT @CSIS: Over the past decade, Venezuela received over $62 billion from China, which is 53% of all money lent by China to Latin America. China currently owns $23 billion worth of Venezuela’s foreign debt, making it the country’s biggest creditor. https://t.co/mqJgUeOVAZ