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Vietnamese Communists` Relations with China and the Second Indochina Conflict, 1956-1962, Cheng Guan Ang

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Автор: Cheng Guan Ang
Название:  Vietnamese Communists` Relations with China and the Second Indochina Conflict, 1956-1962
Издательство: Eurospan
ISBN: 0786473738
ISBN-13(EAN): 9780786473731
Обложка/Формат: Paperback
Страницы: 331
Вес: 0.386 кг.
Дата издания: 30.12.2012
Серия: Sociology
Язык: English
Иллюстрации: Notes, bibliography, index
Размер: 213 x 137 x 20
Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade)
Поставляется из: Англии
Описание: According to the final declaration of the 1954 Geneva Conference regarding Vietnam, general elections were to be held in July 1956 that would lead to the reunification of North and South Vietnam. The Geneva Agreement, however, was doomed from the start, as the South Vietnamese leaders did not subscribe to it and the leaders of the Communist North saw its value as primarily a propaganda tool. By 1956 it was obvious to all that reunification in accordance with the agreement was impossible, and the North Vietnamese looked to China for advice and assistance.<br> Based on Vietnamese, Chinese, American and British sources--many only recently made available--this work examines Sino-Vietnamese relations in the early stages of the second Indochina conflict. The progression of the Vietnamese Communists goals from primarily political to essentially military is traced. The book shows that the Hanoi government was remarkably in control of its own decision-making.

Anthony Eden, Anglo-American Relations and the 1954 Indochina Crisis

Автор: Kevin Ruane, Matthew Jones
Название: Anthony Eden, Anglo-American Relations and the 1954 Indochina Crisis
ISBN: 1350021172 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781350021174
Издательство: Bloomsbury Academic
Цена: 87120 T
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In the spring of 1954, after eight years of bitter fighting, the war in Vietnam between the French and the communist-led Vietminh came to a head. With French forces reeling, the United States planned to intervene militarily to shore-up the anti-communist position. Turning to its allies for support, first and foremost Great Britain, the US administration of Dwight D. Eisenhower sought to create what Secretary of State John Foster Dulles called a "united action" coalition. In the event, Winston Churchill's Conservative government refused to back the plan. Fearing that US-led intervention could trigger a wider war in which the United Kingdom would be the first target for Soviet nuclear attack, the British Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden, was determined to act as Indochina peacemaker - even at the cost of damage to the Anglo-American "special relationship".

In this important study, Kevin Ruane and Matthew Jones revisit a Cold War episode in which British diplomacy played a vital role in settling a crucial question of international war and peace. Eden's diplomatic triumph at the 1954 Geneva Conference on Indochina is often overshadowed by the 1956 Suez Crisis which led to his political downfall. This book, however, recalls an earlier Eden: a skilled and experienced international diplomatist at the height of his powers who may well have prevented a localised Cold War crisis escalating into a general Third World War.

Four Decades On: Vietnam, the United States, and the Legacies of the Second Indochina War

Автор: Scott Laderman, Edwin A. Martini
Название: Four Decades On: Vietnam, the United States, and the Legacies of the Second Indochina War
ISBN: 0822354624 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780822354628
Издательство: Wiley EDC
Цена: 83230 T
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In Four Decades On, historians, anthropologists, and literary critics examine the legacies of the Second Indochina War, or what most Americans call the Vietnam War, nearly forty years after the United States finally left Vietnam. They address matters such as the daunting tasks facing the Vietnamese at the war's end—including rebuilding a nation and consolidating a socialist revolution while fending off China and the Khmer Rouge—and "the Vietnam syndrome," the cynical, frustrated, and pessimistic sense that colored America's views of the rest of the world after its humiliating defeat in Vietnam. The contributors provide unexpected perspectives on Agent Orange, the POW/MIA controversies, the commercial trade relationship between the United States and Vietnam, and representations of the war and its aftermath produced by artists, particularly writers. They show how the war has continued to affect not only international relations but also the everyday lives of millions of people around the world. Most of the contributors take up matters in the United States, Vietnam, or both nations, while several utilize transnational analytic frameworks, recognizing that the war's legacies shape and are shaped by dynamics that transcend the two countries.

. Alex Bloom, Diane Niblack Fox, H. Bruce Franklin, Walter Hixson, Heonik Kwon, Scott Laderman, Mariam B. Lam, Ngo Vinh Long, Edwin A. Martini, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Christina Schwenkel, Charles Waugh

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