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Cuba & US Foreign Intervention in sub-Sahara Africa

Originally posted on Katie Chapman:

This past December I wrote a paper and conducted some research for my Master’s in International Relations.  The topic compared foreign policy and intervention in Africa by the United States and Cuba.  After somewhat thorough research, I was left with mostly biased opinions produced from each state regarding its foreign involvement in sub-Sahara Africa.  Here is a small excerpt from the discussion portion of my paper about this particular topic:

” Looking back, it may be difficult for Cuba to decide whether their efforts within the African continent were worth its outcomes today.  While a strong history between Cuba and Africa was once established, the relations today are minimal and the Cuban ideology did not penetrate Africa.  Within the twenty-first century, Cuba has supplied HIV/AIDS assistance to Botswana as it had one promised.  However, once the Cold War ended, the ties between the Soviet Union and Cuba collapsed and Cuba…

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About Ayanna Nahmias

Ayanna Nahmias was interviewed on Radio Netherlands Worldwide program titled 'The State We’re In,' about her life in Africa and her determination to transcend her past. She started the Nahmias Cipher Report to provide information to readers about life in emerging economies, and to provide alternative insight into the challenges faced by women and children living in these countries. The blog features stories from around the world to inspire other people to persevere and triumph in the face of great adversity. She blogs about current events in emerging economies, international politics, human rights abuses, women’s rights and child advocacy.

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