Third Indochina War

Third Indochina War The Third Indochina War was a series of interconnected armed conflicts, mainly among the various communist factions over strategic influence in Indochina after United States withdrawal in 1973 and Communist victory in South Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia in 1975.[3] The complete American withdrawal instantaneously eliminated the principal and common adversary of all the communist powers.[4] Ever more diverging Chinese and

Sino-Soviet conflict (1929)

The conflict was the first major combat test of the reformed Soviet Red Army – one organized along the latest professional lines – and ended with the mobilization and deployment of 156,000 troops to the Manchurian border. Combining the active-duty strength of the Red Army and border guards with the call-up of the Far East

Biden’s China Policy and U.S. Alliance System in Asia-Pacific

As Biden becomes the 46th President of the United States, eyes turn to the new direction of the US's foreign policy approach to China. The basic approach is that Biden will avoid a military confrontation with China despite the harsh speeches he made against China during his election campaign. However, although Biden's methods and

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China and Belt and Road Project 2

Has Indonesia become a kind of gateway for Chinese trade routes and what is the geopolitical balance between India and Australia, which are also striving for influence in the Asia-Pacific region? Indonesia will soon go to elections and one of the factors that will influence these elections will be the impact of the Jakarta-Beijing relations

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