Communist Cuba Essay by The Research Group

Communist Cuba
Historical & political evolution of socialist Cuba under Castro, origins of Cold War, relations with Soviet Union & U.S., 1962 Missile Crisis, impact on FL and economic conditions in late 1990s.
# 13700 | 2,700 words | 15 sources | 1999 | US

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Cuba has long been considered a major security threat to the United States because of its Communist-led government under Fidel Castro. Castro came to power after leading a coup in 1959. Relations between Cuba and the United States have passed through several different levels since that time, but for most of the period, the U.S. has treated Cuba as a region to be shunned and has refused to normalize relations or to allow trade with Cuba. Events such as the shooting down of some anti-Castro group airplanes caused even more tension and efforts to force other countries to conform to U.S. policy as well, with mixed results. The greatest point of tension in this history was not with Cuba itself but with the Soviet Union over the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. The Communist government in Cuba has claimed success in.."

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