The Vietnam Solution

June 2012
Atlantic;Jun2012, Vol. 309 Issue 5, p54
The article discusses the history of Vietnam, focusing on the country's resilience after the Vietnam War and its strategic importance to the U.S. in relation to China in the 21st century. Topics include maritime disputes between China and Vietnam in the South China Sea according to Nguyen Duy Chien, the vice chairman of the National Boundary Commission, their impact on trade and energy, and the role of communism in Vietnam.


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