Sino-Vietnamese Conflict and the Sino-American Rapproachment
John W. Garver discusses how China's support for North Vietnam's war effort from 1968 to 1973 was affected by Peking's rapprochement with the United States. He argues that in the 1973 peace negotiations China urged Hanoi to accept a compromise settlement with the United States.
Same Bed, Different Dreams: Managing U. S.-China Relations, 1989-2000, David M. Lampton Reviewed by John W. Garver
Great Wall, Empty Fortress: China's Search for Security, ANDREW J. NATHAN and Robert S. Ross Reviewed by John W. Garver
Sino-Indian Rapproachement and the Sino-Pakistan Entente, John W. Garver
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