1997 Cuba Special Weapons News
- TRENDS: U.S. CUBA POLICY: DOES IT 'STRENGTHEN' CASTRO? US Information Agency - Foreign Media Reaction Report 01 December 1997
- U-S / CUBA RECORDS VOA 18 November 1997
- CUBAN NUCLEAR PLANT SAFETY HAZARD VOA 10 November 1997
- UNFINISHED CUBAN NUCLEAR PLANTS SAID NOT TO THREATEN U.S. USIA 10 November 1997
- CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS - PT. I VOA 28 October 1997
- CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS - PT. II VOA 28 October 1997
- Cuba: No Use of Biological Weapons May 6, 1997 -- The United States categorically denies the outrageous charges made by the Cuban Government regarding the alleged discharge of the thrips palmi insect over Cuba to damage agriculture there.
- SUPPORT FOR DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION IN CUBA 28 January 1997 - In March 1996 Congress passed and President Clinton signed the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act. Title II of that Act required the President to submit to Congress and communicate to the Cuban people a report addressing the likely role that the United States and the international community would play in assisting Cuba during its future transition to democracy. That report, drafted by USAID, with input from numerous other United States government agencies, was released by the White House on January 28, 1997, the birthday of the Cuban national hero Jose Marti.
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