The Bay Of Pigs Case Study
This conflict between Cuba, U.S.S.R, and the United States can be boiled down to two conclusions: These nations begin a nuclear war with few to none survivors or these nations do not participate in a nuclear war and everyone lives. I have been tasked with dealing with two scenarios: The first scenario is if we decided to strike Cuba, what does the day after look like. The second scenario is that if we wait and the United States is hit with a nuclear weapon from Cuba, what does October 28, 1962, look like for an average American.
I believe that the biggest issue is that Khrushchev has sent a letter that appears to explain that Khrushchev doesn 't really want to go to war and that he is willing to negotiate. The analyst of this agency do not trust this negotiation for two …show more content…
The innocent victims and lives taken were immense and the sorrow felt resonated across the globe. The perspective from other countries after the United States utilized nuclear weapons on Japan was of disdain. The United States were seen as bullies and as absolute war mongers due to the impact the nuclear weapon had on the environment and the species that reside in it. If the United States is to drop a nuclear bomb on the site where the U.S.S.Rn 's are constructing their nuclear weapons the fallout would be immense. If the United States were to drop a nuclear bomb on Cuba the first people effect would be the locals. Their whole life would be affected and Cuba would essentially be wiped off the map and the local residents who survived would have to leave the area due to the immense radiation coming from the impact site. The United States would be responsible for displacing these individuals and immigrating them to various parts of the United States. This poses an issue because these people would have been part of the missile crisis issue until moments ago. The individuals living outside the blast radius but still affected by the nuclear weapon strike would have to be removed from Cuba as well. The native individuals who reside on Cuba would have negative views and attitudes with