The Indochina Wars: Great Power Involvement - Escalation and Disengagement

@article{Thee1976TheIW,
  title={The Indochina Wars: Great Power Involvement - Escalation and Disengagement},
  author={Marek Thee},
  journal={Journal of Peace Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={13},
  pages={117 - 129}
}
  • M. Thee
  • Published 1 June 1976
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Peace Research
Indochina in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia produced tur­ moil far beyond the borders of the Indochina peninsula. They had a world-wide impact and contributed substantial­ ly to a radical transformation of the world scene. Para­ mount for this development was the fact that Vietnam was the only drawn out armed conflict after World War II with direct or indirect involvement of all the great powers. Though a local war in a strict geographical sense, this was in reality a global conflict. 

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