By Jonas Rabinovitch*
(Opinion) On a recent trip to Argentina, I noticed that all the Uber drivers were Venezuelan. I asked the Venezuelans in Buenos Aires if Argentina would become another Venezuela.
Some said, "yes, it's deja vu"; others said, "never; Argentina's economy is more diversified. Our Congress will not allow this. I also asked when they decided to flee from Venezuela to Argentina.
I will never forget the shocking answer: "When we lost hope".
According to the UN refugee agency, almost 7 million Venezuelans have fled the country recently because of the socialist regime (25% of the . . .