The Consequences of Geneva; America's Newest Ally

Authors

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-006-05-1954-09_1

Keywords:

Imperialism

Abstract

The Geneva settlement of the Indo-China War was a genuine compromise which, assuming good will and good sense on both sides, can bring great benefits to everyone concerned. This is obvious enough as far as the Vietnamese are concerned. Not only do they get peace after eight years of the cruelest kind of war; in addition, they are promised the unity of their country in terms which it would be hard for the French to circumvent even if they should be so foolish as to try.

Published

1954-08-31

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