THE ROLE OF THE FUERZAS ARMADAS REVOLUCIONARIAS IN THE CUBAN ECONOMY
Terry L. Maris, Ph.D.
(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- To the outside world the Cuban-Soviet
alliance of the Cold War era seems solid, but in fact, it has been
steadily deteriorating for many years. When Portuguese colonial rule was
overthrown in the 1974 Angola coup, three factions emerged in the quest
for control of the country. Organized consistent with ethnic and racial
characteristics, these three distinct rebel movements came forth: the
Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola, the Union for the Total
Independence of Angola, and the National Front for the Liberation of Angola.
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THE ROLE OF THE FUERZAS ARMADAS REVOLUCIONARIAS IN THE CUBAN ECONOMY –
Misceláneas de Cuba (22 November 2009)