Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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

Although Viet Nam had made great efforts in applying for membership to the United Nations (UN) since 1945, it took Viet Nam more than 30 years to realize this aspiration. Over those three decades, there were four main stages in the UN - Viet Nam relations. In this period, the UN - Viet Nam relationship also faced three main obstacles, namely, legitimate representative of Viet Nam, the complexity in the United States’ domestic politics and the rivalry between the two superpowers: the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United States (US). However, the UN - Viet Nam relationship was still pushed forward by Viet Nam’s aspiration, the support from international community, the need of the US to promote its relations with Viet Nam and the activities of many UN agencies on the ground.

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