Cuban Missile Crisis

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America, the ruthless super of this world has retained that status by means of using their vast economic wealth as well as their strategic manipulation among countries in need of their support. The Cuban Missile Crisis was an act of retaliation by both the Soviet Union and Cuba, to prevent America from having that particular “strong hold” on their countries. Though both Soviet Union and Cuba had been fueled by different reasons, Soviet Union was …

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…eye” illustrates the exact reason for Khrushchev’s actions to place missiles in Cuba, the same way America placed missiles in Turkey. As for Cuba, it was possibly the only way to receive the aid that was much needed and denied by America. The reasons and justifications for the actions of all three countries could be debated forever, but one thing is for certain; no single country was the sole blame for this missile crisis.