The potential for conflict between Soviet and Cuban policies in the third world

by Rose E. Gottemoeller

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The paper examines historical and contemporary differences between Cuba and the Soviet Union in order to illustrate areas where the two countries could come into conflict over their joint policies in the Third World.

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