Genocide by Proxy: Cambodian Pawn on a Superpower Chessboard

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GENOCIDE BY PROXY
Cambodian Pawn on a Superpower Chessboard

MICHAEL HAAS

PRAEGER New York Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • OTHER PRAEGER BOOKS BY THE AUTHOR ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part I: The Gameboard 1
  • 1: FROM THE KHMER EMPIRE TO FOUR WARRING FACTIONS 3
  • Part II: OPENING GAME 31
  • 2: PROXY WAR 33
  • 3: CAMBODIA 39
  • 4: VIETNAM 53
  • 5: CHINA 64
  • 6: THE SUPERPOWERS 72
  • 7: ASEAN 88
  • 8: OTHER ALIGNED COUNTRIES 100
  • 9: THE NONALIGNED MOVEMENT AND THE UNITED NATIONS 108
  • 10: International Conference on Kampuchea 116
  • Part III: MIDDLE GAME 119
  • 11: PROXY PEACE 121
  • 12: CAMBODIA 138
  • 13: VIETNAM 146
  • 14: China 154
  • 15: THE SUPERPOWERS CHANGING SOVIET POLICYMAKING 160
  • 16: ASEAN 168
  • 17: OTHER ALIGNED COUNTRIES 178
  • 18: The Nonaligned Movement and the United Nations 184
  • 19: PARIS CONFERENCE ON CAMBODIA 190
  • Part IV: END GAME 209
  • 20: DEPROXIFICATION 211
  • 21: Cambodia 227
  • 22: VIETNAM 238
  • 23: China 247
  • 24: THE SUPERPOWERS 251
  • 25: ASEAN 262
  • 26: OTHER ALIGNED COUNTRIES 269
  • 27: THE NONALIGNED MOVEMENT AND THE UNITED NATIONS 277
  • 28: Tokyo Peace Conference and After 282
  • Part V: BEYOND CHESSGAMES 299
  • 29: THE "ASIAN WAY" TO WORLD PLURALISM 301
  • APPENDIXES 311
  • ACRONYMS 317
  • References 323
  • Index 355
  • About the Author 386
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