This report assesses Cuba's current crisis and a range of possible outcomes. It identifies the implications of the deteriorating Cuban situation for Cuba as well as for the United States, reviews U.S. policy options, and recommends some policy modifications to better prepare the United States for dealing with alternative possible outcomes in the short- (1 year) to medium-term (1-3 years) future. The information in this report was revised and updated as of April 1994, with a postscript that covers developments to the beginning of June 1994.
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