Peking-Hanoi relations in 1970
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|Title:||Peking-Hanoi relations in 1970|
|Author(s):||O'Neill, Robert John|
|Publisher:||Canberra : Australian National University Press|
The relationship between Peking and Hanoi is one of the perplexing aspects of the Indo China conflict. Are the North Vietnamese merely the tools of the Chinese, who plan to extend their hegemony over most of Southeast Asia, or is there a genuine polycentrism among the countries in the area? By detailed analysis of contemporary material and political events, including the effects of the death of Ho Chi Minh and the ending of the Cultural Revolution, this monograph indicates future trends in terms of politics and economics that must challenge all concerned with events in this turbulent area.
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