United States-Cuba Relations
1968-1997

Click on the images
 
 

Dr. Antonio de la Cova with Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick in her office.
  Assistant Secretary of State Elliott Abrams and Dr. Antonio de la Cova

 


National Security Council Special Assistant to the president Constantine Menges



 

     Senators Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.) and Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.) visit Fidel Castro
     in Havana in Sept. 1974.
     Castro hosts Senator George McGovern (D-MN.)
     in 1975.

 
 
     Senator Jonathan Bingham (D-N.Y.) with Fidel
     Castro in Havana in Feb. 1977.
     Senator Lowell Weicker (R-CT) said his Nov. 1980 meeting in Cuba with
     Castro was "an unforgettable moment."

1969
Plank, John. We Should Start Talking with Castro, New York Times Magazine, March 30, 1969

1971
Entrego EE.UU. a los Cuatro Capitanes de Naves Cubanas

1972
The United States and Castro: Breaking the Deadlock. Edward Gonzales (Foreign Affairs, July 1972)

1973
U.S. and Cuba Reach Agreement on Hijacking
U.S. "Isolation" of Cuba Running Into Trouble (U.S. News & World Report, June 18, 1973)
U.S. Department of State, GIST, May 1973
U.S. Department of State, Telegram, Oct. 1973

1975
Transport Offered To Cuba Prisoners
 

1976
Kissinger Drew Up Plans to Attack Cuba, Records Show
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 487
 

1978
GIST. Bureau of Public Affairs. Department of State. US-Cuba Relations, July 1978
 

1979
U.S. Erases Rights Issue With Cuba (Miami Herald, Feb. 17, 1979)
GIST. Bureau of Public Affairs. Department of State. US-Cuba Relations, November 1979
 

1988
Opportunities for U.S.-Cuban Trade (The Cuban Studies Program of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies)
 

1991
Bush on Cuba: Selected Statements by the President
 

1993
Jeane Kirkpatrick interviewed by Antonio de la Cova, May 26, 1993
Constantine Menges interviewed by Antonio de la Cova, May 26, 1993
Elliott Abrams interviewed by Antonio de la Cova, May 27, 1993
 

1994
Letter from Silvio Hector Diaz to President Bill Clinton, and Clinton's response, July 21, 1994
 

1996
Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (Libertad) Act (March 1, 1996)
Clinton cut spying on Cuba
Cuba sanctions bill clears Congress
 

1997
Congressional travelers are attracted to Cuba