TITLE

Cuban boat people give U.S. gov't a headache

AUTHOR(S)
Hinds, Lester
PUB. DATE
August 1994
SOURCE
New York Amsterdam News;8/20/94, Vol. 85 Issue 34, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the problems faced by the Bill Clinton administration about formulating a policy to deal with Cuban refugees. Threat from Cuban president Fidel Castro; Possibility of setting up a naval blockade; Human rights advocates' demand for fair treatment of refugees.
ACCESSION #
9412120736

 

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