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Title: 
Vietnam-Cambodia relations from the Paris Peace Conference (1991) to membership of ASEAN
Authors: 
Issue Date: 
2000
Citation: 
Ang, C. G. (2000). Vietnam-Cambodia relations from the Paris Peace Conference (1991) to membership of ASEAN. South East Asia Research, 8(1), 55-78.
Abstract: 
This paper traces Vietnam–Cambodia relations from the Paris Peace
Conference in 1991 to 1999. It shows that Vietnam and Cambodia
have been unable to resolve their differences over land and sea borders,
and over the ethnic Vietnamese refugees residing in Cambodia.
The Cambodians’ deep distrust of the Vietnamese and the unstable
political situation in Cambodia were major obstacles. Some progress
has been made towards settling their differences since 1998. Vietnam
was the strongest supporter of Cambodia’s admission into
ASEAN at the sixth ASEAN summit in December 1998. Cambodia
became the tenth member of ASEAN in April 1999. The paper also
looks at the role of China and the implications of Cambodia’s membership
in ASEAN for its relations with China.
URI: 
ISSN: 
0967-828X
Other Identifiers: 
10.5367/000000000101297226
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