Was China just bluffing?

March 1992
Wilson Quarterly;Spring92, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p12
Literary Criticism
Comments on the article `The Chinese Threat in the Vietnam War,' by John W. Garver, as presented in the Spring 1992 issue of `Parameters.' Probable impact of fear of Chinese intervention on the American decision to adopt a no-win strategy in the Vietnam War; Chinese diplomatic and military support to Vietnam.


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