Table of contents for American-Vietnamese relations in the wake of war : diplomacy after the capture of Saigon, 1975-1979 / Cãaecile Menãaetrey-Monchau.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	vii
Preface	1
Introduction	5
Abbreviations	15
Important Names and Offices	17
I : Ford and Vietnam's Peace	21
- A new start for Vietnam and a first opening to Washington	21
- Hanoi and Saigon's application for membership to the United Nations	32
- Adapting to a new environment: Vietnamese policies and Ford's election 
 campaign	51
II : The Advent of the Carter Years	77
- The Fourth Party Congress	000
- The New Socialist Man, the New American Man and the New China	000
- The Woodcock Mission	000
III : Talks Turn Cold	000
- The Paris Negotiations (January-May 1977)	000
- The Nixon Letter	000
- Background to the Nixon Letter	000
- The Paris Negotiations (June and December 1977)	000
- The Spying Affair	000
IV : Cold War Clash	000
- Brotherhood turns sour	000
- Vietnam changes its mind	000
- The Hoa Crisis	000
- Vietnam's dual opening to Moscow and Washington	000
- Brzezinski's growing influence and his visit to China	000
- Consequences of the Brzezinski trip to China on the NSC perception 
 of the Sino-Cambodian-Vietnamese conflicts	000
V : Reversal in U.S. Foreign Policy	000
- Vietnam's American Card	000
- The Thach Delegation to New York	000
- The drawing of camps	000
- Normalization with Peking	000
VI : Winning the Third Vietnam War	000
- Vietnam invades Cambodia	000
- Deng's visit to the United States	000
- China's lesson on Vietnam	000
Conclusion	000
Appendix 1: Message from the President of the United States to the Prime 
Minister of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, February 1, 1973	000
Appendix 2: Message of the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic 
of Viet Nam to the President of the United States of America 
(February 23, 1973)	000
Appendix 3: U.S.-Vietnamese Exchange of Six Diplomatic Notes, 1976 	000
Appendix 4: Letter from President Jimmy Carter to Chinese Vice Premier 
Deng Xiaoping (January 30, 1979)	000
Chapter Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations -- Vietnam.
Vietnam -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1974-1977.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1977-1981.