That’s the title of an eye-opening editorial in yesterday’s Miami Herald. Here’s a little teaser:
Cuba’s high-risk adventurism occurred on the heels of detailed revelations of Ana Montes’ espionage, including her efforts in the late 1980s to kill U.S. and Salvadoran soldiers during the war against the FMLN, the Salvador guerrilla movement. Cuba arrogantly assumed it could again put the lives of U.S. military personnel at risk without any consequences. This strategic blunder made a major U.S. response a fait accompli.