U.S. Policy Toward Cuba: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, First Session ...

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Page 36 - Zorinsky (D. -Nebraska), chairman of the Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee declared that in dealing with the area, "the fundamental mistake we make . . . is to back governments or regimes which enjoy little or no popular support.
Page 3 - I am pleased to have this opportunity to meet with you today to discuss the problems of environmental contamination by mercury compounds.
Page 63 - As far as Castro is concerned, he has already drawn the line. He is exporting revolution all over the hemisphere, still exporting it. His line is against the United States, not only within Cuba but outside of Cuba. As long as Castro is adopting an antagonistic, anti-American line, we are certainly not going to normalize our relations with Castro.
Page 5 - ... agreed upon by the Sixth Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs as well as those agreed upon by the OAS Council in its resolution of January 4, 1961.
Page 64 - Cuban regime to export subversion and violence to the other American states; Second, to make plain to the people of Cuba and to elements of the power structure of the regime that the present regime cannot serve their interests; Third, to demonstrate to the peoples of the American Republics that communism has no future in the Western Hemisphere; and Fourth, to increase the cost to the Soviet Union of maintaining a Communist outpost in the Western Hemisphere.
Page 51 - I see no reason why the people of the United States should be any longer isolated from, confined from relationships with the people of the Republic of Cuba. Thank you very much. [Mr. Higgins...
Page 29 - ... EMERY. Fine. Mr. BENNETT. Admiral Griffiths, we appreciate very much your coming and giving such a fine presentation. We appreciate it very much. We will adjourn until 10 tomorrow when we have Admiral Bryan, who will tell us how the ships are coming along that are under construction. Admiral GRIFFITHS. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. [Whereupon, at 11 :50 am, the executive session of the subcommittee was adjourned.] HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES, SEAPOWER AND STRATEGIC...
Page 4 - We obviously do not question Cuba's right to maintain an army, or equip it or to receive training. Every nation has such a right. What concerns us is Cuba's disposition to cooperate in the strategic goals of an extra-hemispheric "super-power." This was illustrated by the emplacement of offensive missiles in October 1962, and more recently by Cuba's cooperation in 1970 in Soviet efforts to establish a, nuclear submarine facility at Cienfuegos which, had it succeeded. could have caused a major disturbance...
Page 64 - The objectives of the blockade, the economic denial policy, is first to reduce the will and ability of the Cuban regime to export subversion and violence to other American states; second to make plain to the people of Cuba...
Page 37 - It is, in my view, the most comprehensive statement on foreign and defense policy ever made in this country.

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