Corpus ID: 154192453

77 conversations between Chinese and foreign leaders on the wars in Indochina, 1964-1977

@inproceedings{Westad199877CB,
  title={77 conversations between Chinese and foreign leaders on the wars in Indochina, 1964-1977},
  author={O. A. Westad and Jian Chen and S. T{\o}nnesson},
  year={1998}
}
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Some of the strategies we are adopting on the battlefield in South Vietnam follow what you suggested to us in the past
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There were both advantages and disadvantages involved in our signing of the Geveva agreements [of 1954
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We fought the Korean War during Truman’s time. The United States tried to take advantage [of the fact] that China had just been liberated to start a war of aggression
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You must be prepared to fight for the next two or three years, namely 1968
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