Soviet-Vietnam relations and the role of China, 1949-64 : changing alliances

Mari Olsen

This new book analyzes how the Soviet leadership evaluated developments in Soviet-Vietnamese relations in the years from 1949 to 1964. Focusing on how Soviet leaders actually perceived China's role in Vietnam relative to the Soviet role, it shows how these perceptions influenced the Soviet-Vietnamese relationship. It also explains how and when Moscow's enthusiasm for the active Chinese role in Vietnam came to an end - or, in other words, from what point was Beijing's involvement in Vietnam perceived as a liability rather than an asset, in the strategies of Soviet policy makers. This book is an excellent resource for all students with an interest in Soviet-Vietnamese relations and of strategic studies and international relations in general.

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  • Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction 1. Choosing sides. The Democratic Republic of Vietnam and the World, 1945-1949 The DRV's search for allies Soviet strategies in Southeast Asia Vietnamese diplomatic initiatives in Bangkok and Moscow Renewed Soviet interest in Asia 2. Setting the Stage: The Soviet Union, China and the First Indochina War, 1949-1953 Moscow and the Communist victory in China Recognition The Franco-Vietnamese War Recognition and new challenges 3. The End of the War and the Geneva Conference, 1953-1954 Preparing for the conference The Final Offensive Negotiating in Geneva Geneva and the future of Soviet-Vietnamese relations 4. Together for Communism? Sino-Soviet Cooperation and the Rebuilding of North Vietnam, 1954-1957 Reconstruction and consolidation in Vietnam Military cooperation and Chinese withdrawal Sino-Soviet relations and the Geneva agreement Hanoi and the Twentieth Congress Land reform and its critics Moscow, Beijing and Hanoi's New Southern Strategy A balancing act 5. Reunification by Revolution? The Soviet and Chinese Role in Vietnamese Reunification Plans, 1957-1961 Accepting two Vietnams Renewed interest in the Geneva agreement Sino-Soviet cooperation The Lao Dong debates its policy on reunification Embarking on a new Southern strategy Mediating the emerging Sino-Soviet conflict Moscow and the new Southern strategy The end of diplomacy? 6. The Fight over Laos, 1961-1962 The civil war in Laos Calls for a Geneva Conference on Laos Negotiations begin in Geneva A temporary setback Assistance to Laos Geneva: A power struggle? 7. From Disinterest to Active Support, 1962-1965 Soviet perceptions of China in Vietnam Tougher frontlines within the Communist camp Attempts to improve Soviet-Vietnamese relations Hanoi's turn to China Moscow and the result of the 9th Plenum of the Lao Dong The tide is turning From disinterest to active support Conclusions: Changing Alliances Establishing a relationship: Moscow and Hanoi's struggle Cooperation and coordination: the China factor Explaining changes: leverage and ideology Appendix 1: Politburo and Secretariat of the Lao Dong Central Committee Appendix 2: Economic assistance and specialists from the Socialist camp to the DRV, 1955-1962 Appendix 3: Soviet ambassadors to Vietnam, 1954-1965 Archives in Moscow Bibliography Index

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書名 Soviet-Vietnam relations and the role of China, 1949-64 : changing alliances
著作者等 Olsen, Mari
Olsen, Mari (Security Policy Department, Norwegian Ministry of Defence)
シリーズ名 Cass series : Cold War history
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2006
ページ数 xx, 201 p.
大きさ 24-25 cm
ISBN 0415384745
9780415544924
NCID BA74915563
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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