This book introduces the current U.S. policy issues and interests concerning the crisis in Cambodia. It provides an overview of the impasse in the Cambodian conflict that prevailed throughout much of the 1980s and looks at U.S. policy concerns in both Cambodia and Vietnam.
Table of Contents
Introduction1 -- Background on Cambodia -- Evolution of the Cambodian Problem in the 1980s -- U.S. Policy Concerns in Cambodia and Vietnam -- Conclusion: Difficulties Facing U.S. Leadership in Indochina -- Guide to Key Leaders and Organizations in Cambodia1 -- Procedural and Jurisdictional Questions Regarding Possible Normalization of U.S. Diplomatic and Economic Relations with Vietnam1 -- Status of Military-Political Groups Active in Cambodia* -- Contending Groups and Their Stance on a Peace Agreement -- Key Country Indicators* -- Chronology
Robert G. Sutter