Superpower principles: U.S. terrorism against Cuba
Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, William Blum, Nobel Laureate Nadine Gordimer, Michael Parenti and Leonard Weinglass spell out the grim realities of US aggressions against Cuba since 1898. In 1959, with the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, Washington implemented international terrorism as a tool of its foreign policy, and violence has become a doctrinal norm in world affairs. The fate of the Cuban Five, who traveled to the United States to investigate terrorist groups in Florida and then received life sentences for doing so, is also reviewed. Salim Lamraniis a researcher at the Sorbonne University of Paris. He has specialized in US-Cuban relations since 1959 and has written articles translated in several languages and published all around the world.
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