In Venezuela, revolution is stirring due to the terrible governance by President Nicolas Maduro. The situation is very volatile, and one wrong move could spark civil war. The stakeholders in this conflict are many. From the people of Venezuela, to President Maduro, to the neighbors Brazil and Colombia, all the way to world powers like the United States and China. However, the "true" stakeholders, the countries outside of Venezuela, have little to say on the matter. Neighboring countries are locking down their borders, as the world looks on in interest, content to let the situation play out. President Maduro is desperately trying to reign in the situation, as his terrible socialist policies have brought widespread starving and disease to the people of his country. The Venezuelans revolting against Maduro are also trying to win. To an outside observer, there seems to be two options to resolving this conflict. The first is this: Maduro crushes any revolt with help from allies like China or Russia, then depends heavily on foreign aid to support his country while he attends hearings for likely human rights violations. The second option, however, gives a much brighter outlook for Venezuela. Maduro is removed from office by a UN coalition, and power is restored to the people who make use of foreign aid while they try to turn their country around.