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Impact of the Geneva Peace Agreement

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This essay looks a the impact of the Geneva Peace Agreement on developments within North and South Vietnam. Includes historiography and case studies.

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International relations Southeast Asia Asia South Vietnam North Vietnam First Indochina War Vietnam War Indochina Wars Geneva Conference Ho Chi Minh Ngo Dinh Diem Vietnam
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International relations Southeast Asia Asia South Vietnam North Vietnam First Indochina War Vietnam War Indochina Wars Geneva Conference Ho Chi Minh Ngo Dinh Diem Vietnam
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The Geneva Peace Conference of 1954 planned an agreement with the eventual goal of reuniting Vietnam and subsequently ensuring peace throughout the region. However, its controversial claims resulted in great social, political and economic consequences in both the North and South. Within the North, the accords fostered a sense of anti- Western sentiment, socio-political unrest, incited economic reforms. In the south, socio- political development was strongly hindered. Firstly, the Geneva Peace Accords did not reward Vietnam for victory at Dien Bien Phu and thus fostered anti-Western sentiment within North Vietnam. Whilst it provided a number of important provisions for both countries, including the illegalisation of foreign bases and 300 days of free movement between the north and South, Ho Chi Minh was advised to accept unfavourable provisions by Chinese Premier Zh...
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