When the topic of President Kennedy’s foreign policy is discussed, the two most popular subjects are undoubtedly Cuba and Vietnam. In this day and age, there can be no doubt that shortly before his assassination, it was President Kennedy’s intention to reach a détente with Cuban Premier, Fidel Castro, and to withdraw all US military advisers from Vietnam. However, as researcher Jim DiEugenio explains, there is much, much more to President Kennedy’s foreign Policy than just Cuba and Vietnam. In his wonderful article entitled JFK’s Embrace of Third World Nationalists, Jim DiEugenio provides readers an insight into the real John F. Kennedy, and not the cold warrior/war monger he is portrayed as by disinformation shills.
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