Winner, Percy
December 1952
New Republic;12/22/52, Vol. 127 Issue 25, p9
Focuses on the significance of the decision of the French government to give up the war in Indo-China on the U.S. military planning and the political condition in Far East. Views that the French government decision has been a strategy for bargaining; Role and intentions of advisers of French Premier Antoine Pinay behind the decision of the French government; Strategy of French to keep the U.S. out of North Africa and prevent a U.S.-German combination from dominating Europe's economic affairs; Need for the continuity of U.S.-Europe co-operation for the Indo-Chinese war; Problem of the Vietnamese conflict; Formula suggested by the Vietnamese that France should build up the Vietnamese army quickly, grant complete independence and back democratic reforms.


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