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The Treaty of 1903 Between Cuba and the United States Determining their Relations: The Continued Struggle for Cuban Independence and Stability.

The Treaty of 1903 Between Cuba and the United States Determining their Relations: The Continued Struggle for Cuban Independence and Stability.In the latest Oxford Historical Treaties editorial, Ignace Van Den Steene (KU Leuven) writes on the treaty between the Republic of Cuba and the United States with The Treaty of 1903 Between Cuba and the United States Determining their Relations: The Continued Struggle for Cuban Independence and Stability.

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 Image: Platt Amendment (1903), Public domain, via Wikipedia.


 

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