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Canada, US Tool in Indochina

Canada, US Tool in Indochina Harish Chandola MUCH before a ceasefire gets signed in Vietnam, Canada has started laying down conditions for accepting the position of a supervisor of that ceasefire. the manner in which Canada is laying down the conditions indicates that it is less interested in helping Vietnam to solve its problems and have peace than in enlarging its own authority in a supervisory body for the ceasefire. The question that arises is: on whose behalf does Canada want to exercise its authority?

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