Master of Arts
Carey B. Joynt
With the Geneva Agreements, a precarious peace came to Indo-China, a peace which meant no more than a respite from conditions of actual warfare. The peace which came to Indo-China was not a "conqueror's peace" but a "forced peace". It was born out of neither vi ctory nor ordinary diplomatic compromise, but out of a combination of balckmail, threats, and military defeats.
Khan, Huynh K., "A diplomatic interpretation of the far Eastern conference at Geneva" (1961). Theses and Dissertations. 3085.