Geopolitical ABCs

November 1978
National Review;11/10/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p1398
The article comments on the geopolitical decisions of Cambodian Prince Norodom Sihanouk. It tells of Sihanouk's previous utilization of North Vietnam's support to control and manage the Khmer Rouge. It mentions the utilization of the Cambodian Communists' power and strength to fight the Vietnamese invaders.


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