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  • Authors: Do, Dieu Khue (2016)

  • This paper investigates the relationships between the U.S. and three of its AsianPacific allies-South Korea, Thailand and the Philippines-following a big shift in U.S. policy towards the region, namely the Nixon Doctrine, during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Targeted as applicants of the Nixon Doctrine, these three allies are also target countries of this paper, due to their relatively deep involvement in the Vietnam War. Since 1964, with the U.S. call upon allies for “more flags in Vietnam,” South Korean, Thai and Filipino combat troops began to be dispatched to South Vietnam to assist the Americans and Saigon government. Participating in the war was synonymous with three countrie...

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  • Authors: Do, Dieu Khue (2016)

  • This paper investigates the relationships between the U.S. and three of its AsianPacific allies-South Korea, Thailand and the Philippines-following a big shift in U.S. policy towards the region, namely the Nixon Doctrine, during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Targeted as applicants of the Nixon Doctrine, these three allies are also target countries of this paper, due to their relatively deep involvement in the Vietnam War. Since 1964, with the U.S. call upon allies for “more flags in Vietnam,” South Korean, Thai and Filipino combat troops began to be dispatched to South Vietnam to assist the Americans and Saigon government. Participating in the war was synonymous with three countrie...