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To cage the red dragon : SEATO and the defence of Southeast Asia, 1955-1965

Damien Fenton

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Title To cage the red dragon : SEATO and the defence of Southeast Asia, 1955-1965
Author Damien Fenton
Place of Publication (Country Code) SG
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherNUS Press
Date c2012
Size & Duration x, 324 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Description ISBN : 9789971695644 (pbk.)
Description Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-299) and index
ISBN 9789971695644
LC No. 2012330104
OCLC No. 727650407
Parallel Title SEATO and the defence of Southeast Asia, 1955-1965
Partial Title Maps -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. SEATO's place in the Cold War -- Chapter 2. The conventional military threat -- Chapter 3. SEATO's military organisation 1955-1965 -- Chapter 4. SEATO's strategic concepts -- Chapter 5. Planning for limited war -- Chapter 6. Plan 5: The first counter-insurgency plan -- Chapter 7. SEATO counter-insurgency planning for South Vietnam and Thailand 1960-1963 -- Chapter 8. The beginning of the end 1964-1965 -- Appendices -- Glossary -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Year of Publication(W3CDTF) 2012
Subject Heading(Keyword) Southeast Asia Treaty Organization--History
Subject Heading(Keyword) Communism--Southeast Asia--History--20th century
Subject Heading(Keyword) World politics--1955-1965
Subject Heading(Keyword) Southeast Asia--Defenses--History--20th century
Subject Heading(Keyword) Southeast Asia--Foreign relations--20th century
NDLC A162
DDC 355.0310959
Summary・Abstract It is now 20 years since the Cold War effectively ended with the dramatic collapse of the Soviet Union and its client states in Eastern and Central Europe, and just over three decades since the final bloody climax of the Vietnam War played itself out on the streets of Saigon, Phnom Penh and Vientiane. The historiography of the wider Cold War has burgeoned accordingly, greatly assisted by increasing access to all manner of archival material belonging to former foes on both sides of what was once the Iron Curtain. That of the Vietnam War, at least insofar as the West is concerned, had already established itself as a field of significant depth and breadth by the end of the 1980s. However, it too has benefited and continued to grow in the wake of the large-scale release by many Western governments of their remaining official material from that era into the public domain
Target Audience 一般
Material Type 図書
Language(ISO639-2 Form) eng : English

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