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87 After 9/11: The “War on Terror” and Cuba Policy During his first few months in office, George W. Bush pledged that Latin America would be the focus of his foreign policy, and his close relationship with Mexican president Vicente Fox seemed a bellwether. The September 11 attacks upended that agenda. All other issues took second place to the war on terrorism, centered on the Muslim world. Latin America was peripheral to this conflict and slid from the top of the White House agenda to the bottom.
S. ”26 Lawmakers who had been content to leave Cuba policy to the Cuban-American community began to have second thoughts. CANF in particular lost influence. Its inability to persuade the White House to keep Elián in the United States represented the foundation’s first major defeat after a string of victories stretching from the establishment of Radio Martí to the passage of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act (Helms-Burton). In Miami, rivals on the right openly challenged the efficacy of 18 / William M.
23 For many Cuban-Americans, however, the forcible removal of Elián from his Miami relatives and his return to Cuba produced a sense of betrayal unmatched since President John F. S. military forces to save the doomed Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961. Demonstrators trampled the American flag and denounced their adopted homeland in front of the television cameras. Cuban-American local officials implied they would not obey federal authority or even control civil disorder. ”24 This paroxysm of rage proved disastrous for Cuban-American political influence beyond Miami.