Michael Manley of Jamaica and others pushed decades ago for progressive change to end the systems of subjugation in their countries. But that will remain tough to achieve until it is accomplished in the U.S.
Fifty years after the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, and more than 20 years after the end of the Cold War, the US and Russian nuclear confrontation continues Each nation still keeps a total of about 800 ICBMs at launch-ready status, ready to be fired on a few minutes' warningWith approximately 1,700 nukes at launch-ready status 50 years after the Cuban missile crisis, it is naive to assume that Russia and the U will never again be in a military confrontation.
In 1962, nuclear war with the Soviet Union was avoided by Khrushchev’s willingness to accept that the U.S. effectively owns the world by right and may deploy massive offensive force against those who even think of deterring the benign global hegemon. But we can hardly count on such sanity forever.