Wain, Barry
September 1979
Foreign Affairs;Fall1979, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p160
Focuses on the search for political solutions regarding the discharge of a massive flow of permanent refugees by Vietnam, Laos and Kampuchea. Consideration of the communist government's taking over of Indochina; Socialist transformation of unified Vietnam; Exploitation of financial resources; Emphasis on refugee policies and military action.


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