The breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance, 1970-1979

by Anne Gilks

Publisher: Instiute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Center for Chinese Studies in Berkeley

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  • Vietnam,
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  • Sino-Vietnamese Conflict, 1979.,
  • Vietnam -- Foreign relations -- China.,
  • China -- Foreign relations -- Vietnam.

Edition Notes

StatementAnne Gilks.
SeriesChina research monograph ;, 39, China research monographs ;, no. 39.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS556.58.C5 G55 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 270 p. ;
Number of Pages270
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1576624M
ISBN 101557290296
LC Control Number91076772

  Gilks, Annie () The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance Hood, Steven J. () Dragons Entangled: Indochina and the China-Vietnam War Lawson, Eugene () The Sino-Vietnamese Conflict Ross, Robert S. ()The Indochina Tangle: China’s Vietnam Policy, Africa (5):: Andamans & Nicobars (24):: Asia General (1):: Borneo (75):: Burma ():: Burma World War II (5):: Cambodia ():: Central Asia ( The Cambridge History of China, Volume The People's Republic, Part 2: Revolutions within the Chinese Revolution The Sino-Vietnamese War (Vietnamese: Chiến tranh biên giới Việt-Trung; simplified Chinese: 中越战争; traditional Chinese: 中越戰爭; pinyin: Zhōng-Yuè Zhànzhēng) was a border war fought between the People's Republic of China and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in early China launched an offensive in response to Vietnam's invasion and occupation of Cambodia in

  For the past several decades, the Vietnam War has been the subject of intense scrutiny in the United States. Documentary films, best-selling books by veterans, Maya Lin's moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial-- all have spurred the debate over how to interpret this controversial , however, have people in the United States ever examined the war from anything other than their own . Sino-Vietnamese War of ; This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Sino-Vietnamese. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Last edited on 11 April , at Content is available under CC BY . The Sino-Vietnamese War, and other kinds of academic papers in our essays database at Many Essays.   Current Sino-Vietnamese tensions bring back uncomfortable memories of the war of , in which tens of thousands perished. as did Vietnam’s alliance .

Nicholas Khoo, Collateral Damage: Sino-Soviet Rivalry and the Termination of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance (New York: Columbia University Press, ), 1, Xiaoming Zhang, Deng Xiaoping’s. A CGSC Press Book Published by The Army Press. ii lenged the very foundation of the alliance between the Soviet Union and Vietnam. Perhaps of greater strategic importance is that China was willing on the Sino-Vietnamese border, and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam’s. The Sino-Vietnamese War in was the fourth and last of these campaigns and escapes notice as both adversaries attempt to downplay the war’s history. Historians typically criticize China for f ailing to dominate its smaller neighbor and achieve its objectives in the War. Other articles where Sino-Vietnamese War is discussed: 20th-century international relations: American uncertainty: February , its forces invaded Vietnam in strength. The Carter administration felt obliged to favour China (especially given residual American hostility to North Vietnam) and supported Peking’s offer to evacuate Vietnam only when Vietnam evacuated Cambodia.

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Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, vi, pp., index, bibliography. US$ (paperback). In the s and s, Vietnam and China were fond of characterizing their relations as being as 'close as lips and teeth'.

The Breakdown of. The Third Indochina War book. Conflict between China, Vietnam and Cambodia, it will analyze the breakdown of relations on three levels: the bilateral, regional, and international.

In particular, the weakening of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance, which had begun at the start of the Americanization of the Vietnamese conflict, reached a. Collateral Damage: Sino-Soviet Rivalry and the Termination of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance Nicholas Khoo Although the Chinese and the Vietnamese were Cold War allies in wars against the French and the Americans, their alliance collapsed and they ultimately fought a war against each other in The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance, – (Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, ).

Goh, Evelyn. Meeting the China Challenge: The U.S. in Southeast Asian Regional Security Strategies (Washington, DC: East-West Center, ). The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance, By Anne Gilks. Read preview Overview. Breakdown The breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance Will By George Ainslie.

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39 (Berkeley: Institute of East. The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance, Anne Gilks *pp., $ Shanghai Soujourners Frederic Wakeman and Wen-hsin Yeh, eds. *pp., $ Doing Things with Words in Chinese Politics: Five Studies Michael Schoenhals *pp., $ SPECIAL CHINA PUBLICATION Tiananmen Square Spring InChina waged a brief but bloody war with Vietnam, with the hopes of punishing Hanoi for its invasion and occupation of Cambodia the previous year.

Beijing’s attempt at coercive diplomacy was an embarrassing failure, however, resulting in tens of thousands of casualties for both sides. This article, using Alexander George’s models of coercive diplomacy and crisis management. Nicholas Khoo’s book on the termination of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance is compact and clearly written, so that those of us who are not specialists in International Relations theory can absorb his arguments without too much strain.

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Fax Africa (6):: Andamans & Nicobars (24):: Asia General (1):: Borneo (77):: Burma ():: Burma World War II (5):: Cambodia ():: Central Asia ( For example, see Annie Gilks, The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance, – (Berkeley, CA: Institute of East Asian Studies University of California, ), p.

Murray, Dian H. Conflict and coexistence: the Sino-Vietnamese maritime boundaries in historical perspective / Dian Murray Center for Southeast Asian Studies Wisconsin Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Quoted in Anne Gilks, The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance, –, China Research Monograph no. 39 (Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, ), p. A meeting on June between Pol Pot and Le Duan secured a tentative cessation of conflict. Border negotiations were ) Cited in Gilks, Breakdown of the Sino–Vietnamese Alliance, p.

) Alexander Woodside, ‘Nationalism and poverty in the breakdown of Sino–Vietnamese relations’, Pacific Affairs, Vol., No.

(), p.The Indochina Tangle: China's Vietnam Policy, – (New York: Columbia University Press, ); and Gilks, Anne, The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance, – (Berkeley: Center for Chinese Studies, ).

Gilks, A. () The breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance, Berkeley: Instiute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Center for Chinese Studies. Berkeley: Instiute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Center for Chinese Studies.

This book is wonderfully written, easy to follow, and enables the reader to truly delve into the inner depths of the Sino-Vietnamese relationship. This book is a detailed account of China’s role before, during, and after the Vietnam War.

For any history scholar, this is a must read!Reviews:   Most existing studies have disagreed on the key causes of the breakdown of Sino-Vietnamese alliance in the late s. They emphasized either the effect of the Sino-Soviet rivalry or Sino-American rapprochement; in other words, to explain the breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance, one only needs to analyze the great power rivalry.

The breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance, / by: Gilks, Anne. Published: () Collateral damage: Sino-Soviet rivalry and the termination of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance / by: Khoo, Nicholas.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Ramses Amer. EXPLAINING THE SINO-VIETNAMESE ALLIANCE AND CONFLICTS FROM Anh Hai Nguyen History Chinese History since December 7, 1 Abstract Since the end of the World War II, China and Vietnam had been “brotherly comrades,” yet they went to war in This paper argues that fluctuations in the Sino-Vietnamese.

Predictably the application and response to Walt’s alliance thesis has been concentrated on the most famous alliance termination of the Cold War, the Sino-Soviet split, and so instead, this essay will assess the causes of the equally dramatic, albeit less studied, dissolution of the Sino-Vietnamese relationship between and (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ); Anne Gilks, The Breakdown of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance, (Berkeley, CA: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, ); and the recent work of Chen Jian: “China and the First Indochina War, ,” China Quarterly.

The book has a propaganda slant, natural as it may be. Much of the photos, charts, and text etc are undated, unattributed, and generalized, Its particular interest to a reader is for illustrating the PLA in combat -- armed, uniformed, and equipped much as it had been in the s.

Analysis of the tactics used in the Sino-Vietnamese War and.Chinese Invasion of Vietnam February China's relations with Vietnam began to deteriorate seriously in the mids. After Vietnam joined the Soviet-dominated Council for Mutual Economic. Assessing Sino-Vietnamese relations through the management of contentious issues.

A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. Co, T. (n.d.) The Sino-Vietnamese War, 17 February – 16 March Sino-Soviet rivalry and the termination of the Sino-Vietnamese alliance.