The Cuba-US relations after the triumph of the Cuban Revolution: An analysis of an unresolved international conflict

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This paper analyzes the main turning events in the history of the Cuban-US relations from the perspective of several theoretical orientations, such as the conflict escalation theory, the structural theory, the cooperation and competition theory, the social exchange theory, the intergroup conflict theory and the reciprocity theory. More than anything, the escalation of the US-Cuban conflict reflects the conflict spiral model, with the two parties becoming more antagonist and hostile over time, intensifying its tactics and expanding the conflict to other areas. In this respect, the US-Cuban conflict resembles other intractable conflicts, such as the Israeli- Palestinian conflict or the Indian-Pakistani conflict over Kashmir, both unresolved conflicts which as the US-Cuban conflict, have lasted five or more decades, although the US-Cuban conflict has had no direct military confrontation between the parties.
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