Motives Behind the Vietnamese Occupation

Note: this article is distributed by Dr. Naranhkiri Tith. It is important for us to read some academic paper in creating critical thinking about the fact of January 7, 1979. Motives Behind the Vietnamese Occupation Cambodia: A Nation in Turmoil; by Marc Leepson, (Editorial Research Reports: Congressional Quarterly Inc., Washington, D.C. April 5,    1985) …

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Danger of new autocrats underestimated

The new autocrats’ priority is political control: A person prepared to acknowledge the ruling group’s supremacy and follow its directives is allowed a certain amount of autonomy to operate. “Loyalists are rewarded, enemies are punished, the neutral are neglected or casually abused,” says the report… On Cambodia, Kurlantzick writes, “members of China’s Communist Party have …

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Danger of new autocrats underestimated

The new autocrats’ priority is political control: A person prepared to acknowledge the ruling group’s supremacy and follow its directives is allowed a certain amount of autonomy to operate. “Loyalists are rewarded, enemies are punished, the neutral are neglected or casually abused,” says the report… On Cambodia, Kurlantzick writes, “members of China’s Communist Party have …

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