The role of Cuba during the Cold War.
During the heart of the Cold War, the heated focal point of the United States and the USSR shifted away from Europe, Asia and Africa for a few brief tense years, and locked in on one of the US' closest neighboring countries, Cuba. The antagonism that occurred between the US and Cuba during 1959 to 1963 can be largely attributed to the change of regime from Batista to Fidel Castro in 1956, manifested in the arenas of economics, international politics and ideologies, and finally, the military.
Cuba's close proximity to the North American continent had provided the nation with vast consumer…
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