Paths to Conflagration

Paths to Conflagration

Fifty Years of Diplomacy and Warfare in Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam
Mayoury Ngaosyvathn, Pheuiphanh Ngaosyvathn
A reexamination of the historical relationship between Laos and Thailand, by two preeminent Lao historians who bring to light a wealth of new source material in their evaluation of the Laotian leader, Chao Anou, and his failed revolt against Siam. This book challenges conventional Thai interpretations of that event and of the political conflicts leading up to it.




Also of interest

Securing Japan
Tokyo's Grand Strategy and the Future of East Asia
Richard J. Samuels

Subjects

History : History / Asia
Political Science : Political Science / International Relations
Political Science : Political Science / Security Studies

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