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Modern history readings and analysis

  1. Read: the translated transcripts of three diplomatic meetings/conversations concerning the war in Vietnam (Indochina). PDFs (attached are the readings)
    1. August 6, 1964: Zhou Enlai and Mohamed Yala.
    2. October 5, 1964: Mao Zedong and Pham Van Dong.
    3. March 1, 1965: Zhou Enlai and Ho Chi Minh.
  2. Answer the following questions completely, thoughtfully, and to the best of your ability.
  3. Write out each question then answer it (NOT essay format)
  4. All answers need to be in the form of complete sentences in formal written English.
  5. Please proofread your writing.

Answer these questions:

  1. How do the Chinese view the situation in Vietnam in 1964? What are their primary concerns and perspectives relating to the country and/or global politics? Provide quotations from the texts and explain what those quotations mean.
  2. How do these Chinese, Algerian, and Vietnamese men understand imperialism in post-colonial world? Are their perspectives in line with one another or are their differences? Provide quotations from the texts and explain what those quotations mean.
  3. How does Mohamed Yala characterize the Non-Aligned Movement? How does his perspective help you understand its power and its weaknesses? Provide quotations from the texts and explain what those quotations mean.
  4. How does the war in Vietnam expose tensions in the Second World (which will lead to the Sino-Soviet split of 1965-66)? Provide textual evidence to support your position.

 

Last Updated on April 2, 2019

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