Monday, December 09, 2019

Vietnam’s Long Road to the United Nations, 1945-1977

Although Vietnam has expressed its aspiration to become a member of the United Nations since 1945, it took Vietnam over 30 years to realize it. During more than those three decades, the Vietnam - United Nations relationship experienced four main stages. In those periods, the relationship faced 3 major challenges in the representation of Vietnam, the complexities of the US domestic politics, and the struggle between two superpowers, namely, the Soviet Union and the United States. However, the Vietnam - UN relationship was pushed up by Viet Nam’s desire to join the United Nations, the strong support of international community, the need of the United States to develop relations with Vietnam, and the activities of UN organs on the field.

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