The situation in Venezuela continues to deteriorate, and the political conflict there has caused more than three million people to flee. The man recognized by the United States and fifty other countries as Venezuela’s interim president, Juan Guido, failed to bring about a military uprising earlier this week to oust embattled President Nicolas Maduro – this is as Venezuelans deal with food shortages, blackouts, and a lack of medicine and clean water. Carolee McGrath sat down with Andy Reiter, an associate professor of politics and international relations at Mt. Holyoke College, to learn more.