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Nayan Chanda • 2 Items / 1 Book, 1 Article
Brother Enemy: The War After the War (1986)
A History of Indochina since the Fall of Saigon
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    Contemporary Affairs (Review)
    Brother Enemy: The War After the War, by Nayan Chanda
    1. Brother Enemy: The War After the War by Nayan Chanda
    The Wilson Quarterly, Winter 1986, p. 135
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    Books To Look For (3 Reviews)
    Brother Enemy: The War After the War, by Nayan Chanda
    1. Brother Enemy: The War After the War by Nayan Chanda
    2. The Conquest of America by Tzvetan Todorov
    3. Fade by Robert Cormier
    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1989, pp. 23-25
  3. Books
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    Indochina's Continuing Tragedy (5 Reviews)
    When the War Was Over, by Elizabeth Becker
    1. When the War Was Over by Elizabeth Becker
    2. Brother Enemy: The War After the War by Nayan Chanda
    3. Kampuchea Between China and Vietnam by Pao-Min Chang
    4. Vietnam Since the Fall of Saigon by William J. Duiker
    5. China's Vietnam War by Hemen Ray
    Problems of Communism, November 1986, pp. 86-96
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    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    Asia and the Pacific
    1. Soviet Foreign Policy and Southeast Asia by Leszek Buszynski
    2. Brother Enemy: The War After the War by Nayan Chanda
    3. China, Taiwan, and the Offshore Islands by Thomas E. Stolper
    4. China: Asia's Next Economic Giant? by Dwight H. Perkins
    5. Crisis in the Philippines by John Bresnan
    6. Pacific Rim by David Aikman
    7. Security Interdependence in the Asia Pacific Region by James W. Morley
    8. Iron and Silk by Mark Salzman
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1987, pp. 913-914