Understanding Carter

Buckley Jr., WM.F.
October 1979
National Review;10/26/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 43, p1386
The article analyzes the speech delivered by United States President Jimmy Carter regarding the issue of the Russians' presence in Cuba. According to the author, Carter was wrong when he said that the Russian military units in Cuba do not pose any immediate, concrete threat. The author states that the foreign policy of the Carter administration lacks stability.


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