Correction: Looking for Legitimacy in All the Wrong Places

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    Correction: Looking for Legitimacy in All the Wrong PlacesSource: Foreign Policy, No. 138 (Sep. - Oct., 2003), p. 13Published by: Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive, LLCStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3183647 .Accessed: 14/06/2014 20:06

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    Presidential Pretender In "Chronicle of a Friendship Fore- told" (March/April 2003), Fidel Cas- tro mentions that he was in Bogotai, Colombia, at the same time that Gabriel Garcia Marquez was there in 1948. But unlike the Colombian writer, Castro went to Bogotai to dis- rupt the inter-American meeting tak- ing place in that city. The Argentine dictator Juan Domingo Per6n paid for Castro's trip, during which the young Cuban revolutionary distrib- uted anti-U.S. propaganda and par- ticipated in the violence that rocked Colombia in 1948.

    Referring to Castro, as the edi- tors do, as president of Cuba is a travesty. He is no more president of Cuba than Saddam Hussein was president of Iraq. Dictators should be referred to by their proper titles.

    -JAIME SUCHLICKI Director

    Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies

    University of Miami Coral Gables, Fla.

    Correction: In "From Victory to Success" (July/August 2003), FP incorrectly identified the author of "Afghanistan's Long Road to Reconstruction" (Journal of Democracy, January 2003). Larry Goodson is the author of this essay. FP regrets the error.

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    Article Contentsp.13

    Issue Table of ContentsForeign Policy, No. 138 (Sep. - Oct., 2003), pp. 1-96Front Matter [pp.2-94]Things Worth Reading [p.1]LettersCourting Controversy [pp.4-6]The Rich Respond [pp.6-10]Aiding Strife [p.12]Presidential Pretender [p.13]

    Correction: Looking for Legitimacy in All the Wrong Places [p.13]In BoxIrrelevant WTO [p.14]Waist Not, Want Not [pp.14-15]Ashkhabad's Agitprop [p.15]

    Think AgainUnited Nations [pp.16-24]

    Prime NumbersThe 5 Percent Solution [pp.26-27]

    EssaysEurope's Floundering Fathers [pp.28-38]Democracy Doesn't Flow from the Barrel of a Gun [pp.40-44]The Morality of the Market [pp.47-50]The Falseness of Anti-Americanism [pp.52-61]

    Memo to the President: The U.S. Needs to Create a Colonial Service [pp.63-67]ArgumentsAdapt or Die [pp.68-69]Pipe Dreams in Iraq [pp.70-71]

    In Other Words: Reviews of the World's Most Noteworthy BooksUkraine's Warrior Princess [pp.72-74]Au Revoir to American Empire [pp.74-76]

    Global Newsstand: Essays, Arguments, and Opinions from around the WorldMexico's Globophobe Punks [pp.78-79]Disease Deadbeats [pp.79-80]Arms Race in Space [pp.81-82]France's African Comeuppance [pp.82-83]

    LettersDebating U.S. Diplomacy [pp.84-89]

    Net Effect: Web Sites That Shape the WorldDemocratic Hacks [p.90]Web of Despair [pp.90-91]Africa's Expat Politics [p.91]Expert Sitings [p.91]

    Missing Links: Berlusconi Goes to China [pp.96-95]Back Matter

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