How Was the Cuban Missile Crisis Resolved?


The Cuban Missile Crisis in the last quarter of 1962 was resolved by the aid of the United Nations and a silent settlement with the Russian camp. Then president, John F. Kennedy sought to disarm Cuba and Russia from any nuclear armaments and an eventful stand out among the two opposing camps led to plans of air strike and a possible war. To know more about the Cuban Missile Crisis, visit:
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