Tuesday, April 17, 2007

usf event - US terrorism against cuba

US terrorism against cuba
with salim lamrani

when: wednesday, april 18, 1:30 - 2:45 pm
where: UC 222
price: free and open to all

from the press release:

The relationship between Cuba and the U.S. must be analyzed on the following clear basis: In today's world, relations between the various nations are not governed by right but by might. Terrorist violence has been the main engine of the relationship between the two countries. Lamrani will reveal the cruelties committed by Washington against Cuba.

Salim Lamrani is a French researcher at Denis-Diderot (Paris VII) who specializes in US-Cuba relations starting in 1959. He has written articles translated in several languages and published all around the world. He is the author of Cuba Facing the Empire: Propaganda, Economic War and State Terrorism and the editor of Superpower Principles: U.S. Terrorism against Cuba (a compilation of essays written by Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Wayne Smith, Michael Parenti, and others).

this event is co-sponsored by USF's history department and latin american studies.

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