The United States, Vietnam, and the national interest.
Karas, John G.
Buss, Claude A.
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The purpose of this thesis is to assess the interests of the United States towards Vietnam from FDR to Carter; to trace the development of U.S. policies towards Vietnam under these presidencies; to define the issues in the current relationship between the two nations; and to set forth a strategy based on the political, economic and military needs of all the regional actors; the United States, Vietnam, China, ASEAN (Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and the Republic of the Philippines), Japan and the Soviet Union.
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