Teng Hsiao-ping Trail?

April 1979
National Review;4/13/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p466
This article highlights the power struggle between China and Vietnam in Southeast Asia. China is reportedly building a road from its border with Laos that passes through northern Laos to Cambodia. This road will be used to supply armed groups in Laos and Cambodia that resist Vietnamese influence. Vietnamese forces have been harassing Laotian forces. Laos cannot escape the intrusion of China because Cambodia, a Chinese protege, would not be abandoned by China.


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