Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez died Tuesday at the age of 58, after a battle with cancer. We’ll discuss the controversial leader’s career and look at what lies ahead for Venezuela, the fourth-largest oil supplier to the United States and, under Chávez, a U.S. adversary. We will also consider the likely successor to Chávez and discuss whether his socialist and revolutionary agendas will continue after his death.
Rory Carroll, South America correspondent for The Guardian
Miguel Tinker Salas, professor of history and Latin American studies specializing in Venezuela at Pomona College
Francisco Toro, author of "Blogging the Revolution: Caracas Chronicles and the Hugo Chavez Chronicles" and blogger for CaracasChronicles.com