The Secret Search for Accommodation
This chapter analyzes US-Cuban relations under the Kennedy administration. Amid economic destabilization, covert operations, and assassination plots, the Kennedy administration secretly but actively began to pursue what classified National Security Council (NSC) and CIA records referred to as “the rapprochement track” with Cuba. To a policy built upon “overt and covert nastiness,” as one top secret White House memorandum characterized US operations, Kennedy's aides cautiously added “the sweet approach”—the possibility of “quietly enticing Castro over to us”.
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