This study examines the important political and economic developments in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia since the Communist victories in 1975 and analyzes the critical policy issues facing the Carter administration in dealing with these states. Summarizing the major options immediately available to U.S. policymakers who confronted the new regimes in I
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Preface -- The United States and Indochina: Postwar Relations -- Vietnam since the Communist Victory -- Laos since the Communist Victory -- Cambodia since the Communist Victory -- Indochina and the United States: Problems and Prospects
Joseph J. Zasloff is professor of political science at the University of Pittsburgh.
MacAlister Brown is professor of political science and chairman of the Political Economy Program at Williams College.