Cyclops - Part V, The Amy Bigelow: Chapters 61 - 63 Summary & Analysis

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Part V, The Amy Bigelow: Chapters 61 - 63 Summary

November 6, 1989

North Coast of Cuba

With the loss of Gettysburg and the annihilation of Cayo Santa Maria, the Soviets are playing the blame game. Polevoi cleverly redirects Anatov's attention to the plan to assassinate Castro and gain a foothold in the Western Hemisphere. Fortunately for the Russians, their recent losses should have no effect on Rum and Cola, but intelligence could alter its course. The Russians also have the upper hand in negotiations with the U.S. regarding the SALT-IV agreement. It is likely that if the U.S. does not share the Jersey Colony scientific data, the Russians will walk out of the treaty signing. The President assures his staff that they have a wealth of medical, geological, and astronomical information that can be shared without giving away space and...

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