Soviet Deception in the Cuban Missile Crisis James H. Hansen

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Soviet Deception in the Cuban Missile Crisis  by  James H. Hansen

Soviet Deception in the Cuban Missile Crisis by James H. Hansen
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Moscows surreptitious dispatch of nuclear-capable SS-4 and SS-5 surface-to-surface missiles to Cuba in 1962 upset the strategic balance in an alarming way.1 The resulting showdown—which the Russians call the Caribbean Crisis and the Cubans callMoreMoscows surreptitious dispatch of nuclear-capable SS-4 and SS-5 surface-to-surface missiles to Cuba in 1962 upset the strategic balance in an alarming way.1 The resulting showdown—which the Russians call the Caribbean Crisis and the Cubans call the October Crisis— brought the world to the brink of nuclear war.

From its inception, the Soviet missile operation entailed elaborate denial and deception (D&D) efforts. The craft of denying the United States information on the deployment of the missiles and deceiving US policymakers about the Soviet Unions intent was the foundation of Nikita Khrushchevs audacious Cuban venture. Piecing together the deception activities from declassified US, Russian, and Cuban accounts yields insights that can help us anticipate and overcome the D&D efforts of a growing number of foreign adversaries today.



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