Speaking on NPR's Diane Rehm Show, Carnegie's Moisés Naím discusses the death of Hugo Chavez and the implications of the power struggle that is likely to ensue, as well as the effects his death will have on the region. Although the poor in Venezuela have reaped great benefits throughout his tenure as president, Naím argued that Chavez leaves behind an ecnomy that is not better than when he first came into power fourteen years ago.