The Geneva Agreements of 1954 and American Policy in Vietnam
international relations, United States, Vietnam, Geneva Agreements, foreign policy, diplomacy
Asian History | Diplomatic History | International and Area Studies | International Relations | Political Science | United States History
In recent months there has been a general call among both pro- and anti-Administration individuals for a return to the "essentials of the Geneva Agreements of 1954" as a basis for solving the present conflict in South Vietnam. These Agreements have been subject to varying interpretations and the usual effect of calling for a return tot hem as a basis for present settlement is one of ambiguity. It is the purpose of this paper to examine the overall factors playing such a crucial role in our foreign policy in mid-1954 and those affecting our attitude toward fuller participation in the Far Eastern Conference held in Geneva from April 26 to July 21, 1954.
Robinson, C. D. (1966). The Geneva Agreements of 1954 and American Policy in Vietnam (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/867