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The Search for Peace in Vietnam, 1964-1968 (Foreign Relations and the Presidency) ebook

by Lloyd C. Gardner,Ted Gittinger


An elected Fellow of the Society of American Historians and former president of the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations, he has written many books and numerous articles on foreign policy and Vietnam. Ted Gittinger is director of special projects at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and a Vietnam veteran. Series: Foreign Relations and the Presidency (Book 8).

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Lloyd C. Gardner and Ted Gittinger, the contributors.

Gardner, Lloyd C. & Gittinger, Ted. (2004). Foreign relations and the presidency ; no. 8. Full contents. Australian/Harvard Citation. Machine derived contents note: Contents.

By Lloyd C. Gardner, Ted Gittinger. John Prados ends the book questioning whether the Vietnam War was, in essence, just a sideshow in international relations and attempts to understand the war's place in the world and its impact on the place of the United States.

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Vietnam, January–August 1968 (Documents 1-345). How to cite Foreign Relations documents.

Vietnam, January–August 1968 (Documents 1-345). Gardner and Ted Gittinger, ed. International Perspectives on. . International Perspectives on Vietnam, College Station, TX: Texas A&M University of Press, 2000. Andreas W. Daum, Lloyd C. Gardner and Wilfried Mausbach, ed. America, the Vietnam War and the World: Comparative and International Perspectives, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Lloyd C. Gardner, The Road to Tahrir Square: Egypt and the United States from the Rise of Nasser to the Fall of Mubarak, New York: The New Press, 2011. Gardner, The Killing Machine: The American Presidency in the Age of Drone Warfare, New York: The New Press, 2013.

The Vietnam War was remarkable for the number of unsuccessful initiatives to end it through negotiation and the active involvement of noncombatant nations seeking peace

The Vietnam War was remarkable for the number of unsuccessful initiatives to end it through negotiation and the active involvement of noncombatant nations seeking peace.

The Search for Peace in Vietnam, 1964-1968, the newest edition in the Texas A&M University Press Series on Foreign Relations and the Presidency, is a collection of essays that analyze the Vietnam War in terms of its significance to the global arena. Under the guidance of editors Lloyd C. Gardner and Ted Gittinger, the contributors, representing both communist and capitalist backgrounds, examine whether the Vietnam War was responsible for the transformation of the international system, using a formula postulated by series editor H. W. Brands, which looks at the international system at the beginning of the war and at the end, and measuring how much of the difference in the two periods is the result of the war.Topics include Robert J. McMahon's assessment of the war's legacy to Southeast Asia; Xiaoming Zhang's analysis of Chinese involvement as an element in the Sino-Soviet rivalry; Ilya Gaiduk's account of the Soviet Indochina policy within the context of Moscow's relations with the outside world; Judith A. Klinghoffer's examination of the war's role in determining American foreign policy in the Middle East; Hiroshi Fujimoto's discussion of whether America's Cold War policy of regionalism affected Japan's economic prosperity; and other analyses by H. W. Brands, Lloyd C. Gardner, Robert K. Brigham, Frank Costigliola, Kil J. Yi, and Quang Zhai. John Prados ends the book questioning whether the Vietnam War was, in essence, just a sideshow in international relations and attempts to understand the war's place in the world and its impact on the place of the United States.The Search for Peace in Vietnam, 1964-1968brings together a diverse group of scholars representing various viewpoints and backgrounds regarding the Vietnam War. The book breaks free from the mold of many American analyses of Vietnam, which place the war solely in the context of America's involvement and detriment, and endeavors to look further for both causes and effects. A true scholarly work, The Search for Peace in Vietnam, 1964-1968 challenges readers to think about this pivotal point in international history in a new way.
The Search for Peace in Vietnam, 1964-1968 (Foreign Relations and the Presidency) ebook
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Lloyd C. Gardner,Ted Gittinger
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