Stephen Zunes : Latin America/Caribbean


Bush Administration Refuses Cuban Offer of Medical Assistance Following Katrina
19 October 2005

One of the most tragically irresponsible decisions of the Bush administration in the critical hours following Hurricane Katrina was its refusal to accept offers by the government of Cuba to immediately dispatch more than 1500 medical doctors with 37 tons of medical supplies to the devastated areas along the Gulf coast.


The United States and Bolivia: The Taming of a Revolution, 1952-1957
1 September 2001

http://stephenzunes.org/articles/LatinAmericanPerspectivesUSandBolivia.pdf


Cuba’s New Revolution
9 August 2000

Explores issues of sustainability in Cuba.


Nicaragua – Not Another Domino
9 March 1990

WHILE the Bush administration and many pundits see the defeat of the Sandinistas in Nicaragua as simply a continuation of the democratic trend sweeping Eastern Europe, the circumstances are quite different. Failure to make such a distinction, in fact, could be disastrous for US foreign policy.



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