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In September 1990, as U.S. imperialism sought cover from the UN Security Council for the murderous bombardment and invasion of Iraq it was preparing, Cuba was the only country to vote “No!” Here the representatives of the Cuban government rebut the pretexts and arguments used by Washington to justify its aggression.
“Contains material that has received little coverage in the major U.S. media … adds an important and compelling voice.”—Bakersfield News Observer
“A remarkable little book.… [P]resents a useful insight into how the Security Council was used by the USA in order to achieve its objectives.… [An] invaluable reference for anyone seeking a better understanding of the affairs which led to the greatest assembly of military weaponry since World War Two.”—Peter Heathfield
, former General Secretary, National Union of Mineworkers
“Helps to substantially pierce the propaganda screening that enables the Bush/Major axis to manipulate the media to hide the full horrors of a possible war in this region.”—Alan Sapper
, General Secretary, Association of Cinematograph, Television, and Allied Technicians
This book is part of a series, The Cuban Revolution in World Politics
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Introduction by Mary-Alice Waters, photos, maps, chronology, notes, glossary, and index.
Now with enlarged type.