LESSONS FROM THE VIETNAM WAR (1954-1975) – A REVIEW FROM BOTH SIDES AFTER 40 YEARS
Keywords:The Vietnam war (1954-1975), The Cold War, Non-Aligned Movement, Five principles of “Peaceful Coexistence”.
AbstractThe Vietnam War (1954-1975) ended 40 years ago, but lessons learned from the great victory of the Vietnamese and the complete defeat of the American in the war have remained values and unchanged in terms of international relationships. The most outstanding lesson is the power of the fight for freedom and independence of the Vietnamese people. It was this fight for justice from Vietnamese people, which fosters the power of the people (patriotism, bravery, creativeness, etc.), and gain supports from peace lover all over the world, including the Americans. Moreover, the war damages for both sides are also a cruel lesson for all nations: We must appreciate peace, tighten the gap, and put the past aside, and build a new bright future.
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