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《Journal of Neijiang Teachers College》 2005-01
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The State Construction Strategy and Kennedy Administration's Demilitarized Intervention in South Vietnam

WANG Xiao-dong(Department of History, East China Normal University, Shanghai 200062, China)  
After assuming the power the Kennedy Administration adjusted its diplomacy in South Vietnam in the presence of Cold War. It put forward the strategy of the state construction and endeavored to persuade Ngo Dinh Diem and his administration to make necessary reforms in politics, economics and society through their joint efforts in the hope of gaining the public support toward the South Vietnam Government. Hereby the Kennedy Administration aimed at consolidating its strategic interest in South East Asia and winning the Cold War eventually. But because of various reasons, the strategy ended up in failure.
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