Cuban Missile Crisis
Examines crisis management of Kennedy Administration in 1962 confrontation with Soviet Union over missiles in Cuba, in context of overall Kennedy approach to foreign & domestic politics.
# 18458 | 1,800 words | 11 sources | 1990 |
Published on Mar 25, 2003 in History (U.S. After 1865) , Latin-American Studies (Modern Period (1900-1960))
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This research examines the crisis management practiced by the Kennedy Administration during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. While the emphasis in this research is on the Administration's crisis management, it is also necessary to consider the issue of Soviet missiles in Cuba for reasons other than the obvious: the issue created the situation wherein crisis management was required. Among some analysts and historians, however, there are doubts that the presence of the Soviet missiles in Cuba increased significantly the Soviet threat to United States (US) national security (Fitzsimmons, 1969; Walton, 1972). Many of these analysts and historians tend to think that the Kennedy Administration felt compelled to treat the issue as a crisis, and to appear, at least to come out of it a winner, because of the.."
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