Peacekeeping in Vietnam: Canada, India, Poland, and the International Commission
University of Alberta, 1984 - 375 pages
This book explores the ramifications of the peacekeeping mission by three countries in light of their various foreign policies, set in the wider scene of international politics. The Commission did more worthwhile work than is commonly appreciated.
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PEACEKEEPING AND FOREIGN POLICIES
THE FRENCH INDOCHINA WAR
THE MILITARY RECORD
The Northern Zone
Reprisals Migrations Internees
The Air War
NATIONAL FOREIGN POLICIES
Geneva Conference on IndoChina
Chronology of ICSC Reports
action aggression alleged alliance American April Article 14(c Asian Bao Dai bombing Cambodia Canada Canadian Canadian delegation cease-fire agreement China Chinese cochairmen Commis Commission's committee communist conflict December decision Delhi demarcation line Diem DRVN elections External Affairs February Final Declaration fixed team forces foreign minister France French Geneva Agreements Geneva Conference Hanoi High Command hostilities Ibid ICSC implementation India Indochina Interim Report International Commission January Joint Commission July June Laos MAAG Martin ment military military demarcation line Minh mission mobile teams Moscow negotiations Nehru nonalignment North October Ottawa parties Paul Martin PAVN peace peacekeeping Pearson Peking Pentagon Papers personnel Pham Van Dong Poland political position provisional provisions regime respect response role Saigon SEATO settlement sion South Viet South Vietnam southern zone Soviet special report statement supervision territory tion troops United Nations US-Vietnam Relations USSR Vietminh Vietnam war Vietnamese violations withdrawal