Cuba's Invasion Fears

Diemer, Ulli
Publisher:  Ulli Diemer
Year Published:  1991
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX5424

There is nothing irrational about Cuba's fears of being invaded by the United States.

U.S. military interventions in the past decade include the launching of all-out war against Iraq to destroy a
government that had defied the U.S., the invasion of Panama to overthrow that country's ruler, the invasion of Grenada to get rid of a regime that was distasteful to the U.S., and the bloody eight-year contra war against Nicaragua's Sandinista government.

Given this record, anyone who thinks that further U.S. military actions are out of the questions would do well to re-examine their own grip on reality.

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