This paper revisits the “bricolage” State of Vietnam and the fractured system of sovereignty that characterized its halting practice of sovereignty at the ground level during the First Indochina War. In addition, it examines how the French Union’s concept of shared external sovereignty became discredited by the end of the war.
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Research Article| November 01 2016
The Sovereign States of Vietnam, 1945–1955
Journal of Vietnamese Studies (2016) 11 (3-4): 103–139.
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Brett Reilly; The Sovereign States of Vietnam, 1945–1955. Journal of Vietnamese Studies 1 November 2016; 11 (3-4): 103–139. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jvs.2016.11.3-4.103
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