You will need to address the following questions.

The guidelines are:
• These papers must be submitted in hard copy.
• The text of each paper must be at least six total pages in length, formatted in Times New Roman 12-pt. font, double-spaced. You will need a title page (which does not count as one of the six pages), with the text beginning at the top of the next page. You will need a works cited page (which also does not count as one of the six pages).
• You must make use of at least five sources, only two of which can be Internet sites (and neither of which can be Wikipedia, although you can use books/articles that can be accessed through the Internet).
• All direct quotations or any facts taken from your sources must be documented with footnotes or endnotes (your choice). All citations must be made according to Kate Turabian’s Student’s Guide for Writing College Papers (the Chicago Manual of Style format). See this site for examples: http://www.libs.uga.edu/ref/turabian.html.
The Nation you are wriiting about is CUBA
You are the leader of the Latin American nation of your choice(Cuba) . To receive continued funding for projects in your country from the United Nations, you must prove the legitimacy of your government to UN Secretary-General António Guterres. This will be done by the submission of two letters to the Secretary-General.
Letter One:
In a letter to Secretary-General Guterres, you will give a brief history of your country. You will need to address the following questions. Be sure to begin building an argument for the legitimacy of your government. Due date: October 13
• What is the origin of this nation-state (in the sense of, how did it become “x” nation as opposed to being part of another nation)?
• Who are the people who live there?
• How did this nation achieve independence from Spain?
• How did this nation develop politically and economically in the post-colonial period?
• What is this nation’s historical relationship with the United States/Britain/France (as dictated by your nation’s development)?