A push for a negotiated resolution to the Venezuelan crisis is picking up steam.
Representatives of President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido are expected to meet for a second round of talks in Norway next week.
The return to the negotiating table comes despite the earlier hawkish stance of Western leaders.
Some in Washington however appear to be harder to convince about a peaceful resolution to the Venezuelan crisis.
Former Presidential hopeful and staunch war hawk, Senator Lindsey Graham, has urged Donald Trump to take inspiration from an earlier US intervention.