Essay on U.s. And Cuban Relationship

1660 Words May 22nd, 2016 7 Pages
Why is the U.S. and cuban relationship so difficult to resolve? From 1961 to the present moment the U.S. and Cuba have had rough relationship due to many events. Each of these countries see totally different futures than each other causing them to never be able to come to an agreement with each other. Although their future to have a relationship isn’t impossible all it 's going to take is time and communication. Communication is the key component to this relationship and can be seen that it has been lacked for sometime. Through the years one will see that starting from the Bay of Pigs both countries have been going through experiences and changes to maybe figure out a relationship.
The Bay of Pigs was an invasion on Cuba planned by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to stop the spread of communism. This was the starting point to the rough relationship between the two countries. In the article Bay of Pigs it states, “Before his inauguration, John F. Kennedy was briefed on a plan by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) developed during the Eisenhower administration to train Cuban exiles for an invasion of their homeland. The plan anticipated that the Cuban people and elements of the Cuban military would support the invasion. The ultimate goal was the overthrow of Castro and the establishment of a non-communist government friendly to the United States”(XXXXXX) There were so many reasons for the Bay of Big’s invasion to end the way it did. To start off their was no…

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