Thai foreign policy from Sarit to Seni : adaptation during the second Indochina war
Shortly after General Sarit's coup in November 1957 Thailand was confronted by successive crises in Indochina: a rapid expansion of communist insurgency in Laos and the Republic of Vietnam (RVN), together with bilateral conflicts with Cambodia, particularly over the border temple of Phra Viharn. Problems in Indochina continued to grow over subsequent years, and together with the issue of great power involvement - particularly that of the U.S. - became the main focus of Thai foreign...[Show more]
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