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NGUYEN VAN THIEU: An Echo from America's Last Big War

Q. Now that the Soviets have quit propping up regimes in Europe and elsewhere, do you see change coming to Vietnam? A. My collaborators and informants in Vietnam...

The World: The New Thieu

For months he had been a solitary, even hostile figure. He raged privately at the Kissinger negotiations when they were under way; he jeered publicly after the...

The World: Thieu: Between Himself and His God

All week long, Saigon was buzzing with rumors about President Nguyen Van Thieu. One air force officer, after swearing his family to secrecy, told them that the...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Diplomat Thieu

When South Viet Nam President Nguyen Van Thieu arrived at San Clemente, Calif., last week, he was warmly greeted with VIP pomp and red-carpet ceremony,...

SOUTH VIET NAM: The Non-Contest

A supremely confident President Nguyen Van Thieu went through all the motions of campaigning last week, despite the fact that his name will be the only one on...

SOUTH VIET NAM: Thieu's Travails

These are not the best of times for President Nguyen Van Thieu. Since the 1973 Peace Accords were signed in Paris, the opposing sides in South Viet Nam have...

The World: Is Thieu Necessary?

"Everyone knows that the most arduous problem now existing between the two sides is the problem of power in South Viet Nam," said Le Due Tho, the chief North...

The World: Thunderbolt from Thieu

In the wake of Communist gains in the Easter offensive, South Viet Nam's National Assembly last June reluctantly granted President Nguyen Van Thieu the power to...

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