Obstacles to Breaking the US—Cuban Deadlock
Virtually from the moment Fidel Castro assumed power in 1959, relations between the United States and Cuba became strained. By early 1960, the two nations had become locked in a conflict that would last well over three decades. Although the conflict was to have its ups and down, it seldom subsided, and frequently resumed new forms of intensity.
KeywordsInformal Economy Clinton Administration Political Liberalization Carter Administration Cuban Revolution
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