The relationship between Vietnam and China has been surprisingly fraught, with considerable tensions from the end of the Vietnam War onwards including a major border war in 1979. This book examines the relationship between Vietnam and China from 1975 to the present. It outlines the various causes of tension, discusses how normalisation of relations was brought about in 1991, and charts developments following the normalisation of relations. It explores current disputed issues, including territorial disputes, shared rivers and economic relations; and throughout gives particular attention to the management of inter-state relations and to the management of conflict.
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Ramses Amer is an Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict Research at Stockholm University and a Research Associate of the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Stockholm
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