First published in 1988, Terrorism: The Cuban Connection examines Cuba’s involvement in terrorism.
With a focus on Havana, the book begins by looking at Cuba’s history and the origins of terrorism. As it progresses, the book traces the development of terrorism and explores Cuba’s connections with other parts of the world, including America, Russia, the Caribbean, South America, the Middle East, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Terrorism: The Cuban Connection is a detailed study, equipped with a wealth of key documents and photographs.
Table of Contents
Introduction; 1: Genesis; 2: The Break with America, Romance with Russia; 3: Terrorism in Full Flower; 4: Cuban-Sponsored Terrorism in the Caribbean; 5: South America: The Prospects for Terrorism in the 1980s; 6: Cuba in the Middle East; 7: The Cubans in Sub-Saharan Africa; 8: Closer to Home: Cuban Terrorism in the United States; 9: Conclusions; Appendix A: Documents; Appendix B: Photographs; Acronyms; Selected Bibliography
Roger W. Fontaine