Indochina as a security concern of the Asean states
From 1975 to 1981 the governments of the ASEAN states claimed that changes in their regional strategic environment, resulting from thee seizure of power by communist regimes in South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, and from Vietnam's subsequent invasion and occupation of Cambodia, seriously threatened the security of their countries. Objectively, the most serious threat that the ASEAN states faced as a result of the 1975 communist victories in Indochina was the implicit challenge posed to...[Show more]
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