Who negotiated the cease-fire in Vietnam?
Richard Nixon is responsible for calling a cease-fire to end US bombing of North Vietnam. Shortly thereafter, all of the other actors in the war agreed to the cease-fire.
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The Paris Peace Accord was signed in January 1973, declaring a ceasefire throughout Vietnam, POWs exchanged and American withdrawal from Vietnam. However, peace wasn't really achieved because North and South Vietnam ignored the ceasefire and continued to fight each other and the communists took over South Vietnam in 1975. Read More
When were the negotiations of the ceasefire that officially ended the American part of the Vietnam War held?
The North conquered the South. Negotiations? Ceasefire? Not quite; the South surrendered! Read More
When US POWs were safely returned, the US would leave. Read More
For negotiating the ceasefire that officially ended the American part of the Vietnam War. Read More
How were the North Vietnamese victorious in the Vietnam War if they were convinced by Nixon's bombing campaign to negotiate a ceasefire which would actually give the South Vietnamese the advantage?
A CIA spymaster named Orrin DeForest wrote a great book about Vietnam called "Slow Burn." In it he says the North Vietnamese started violating the ceasefire before the ink was dry. Read More
After '73, the bare minimum to sustain operations (Congress shut off the funds). Read More
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Explain how a ceasefire eventually occurred in Vietnam in 1973 and identify the nations that officially agreed to it?
In the Vietnam war of 1973, the cease fire occurred by way of them safely returning all the US POWS. It was a certified agreement between the US and the Vietnam resident. Read More
The president of the United States, Nixon, and the president of North Vietnam. By march, the last American combat troops had left Vietnam. THANK YOU... Read More
The US & USSR/Red China negotiated that settlement; they were the superpowers. Read More
They didn't. The US signed a ceasefire with North Vietnam ending their role in the conflict. Two years later the Northern forces defeated the ARVN, captured Saigon and reunited Vietnam. Read More
The Vietnam War started in the year 1959.The Vietnamese War was one of the most brutal battles ever fought. It lasted for a period of 16 years. It exact date on which ceasefire was called was 30th of April 1959. The war was fought between DRV (democratic republic of Vietnam) and the 'Republic of Vietnam.' United States of America had allied with the Republic of Vietnam to fight the Vietnam war. Read More
It ended officially with the Paris Peace Accords negotiated by Henry Kissenger and ratified by the U.S. Congress. Read More
Well before any US troops were sent to Vietnam. The Korean Conflict kicked off in 1950, and the ceasefire was signed in 1953 (although the conflict remains ongoing). The first American troops didn't arrive in Vietnam until 1954. Read More
Because of cold war concerns, the US & USSR/Red China negotiated for two separate nations. Read More
While fellow Expert Chuck Siata is completely correct that the North Vietnamese did not defeat the United States in the Second Indochina War, there were other parties in the Second Indochina War, such as the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam), the Kingdom of Cambodia & the Khmer Republic, and the Kingdom of Laos. All of these parties, who were US allies for as long as the US was involved in the Second Indochina War, were… Read More
There aren't three reasons why it ended. There is really only one. The United Nations proposed and re-proposed and re-proposed a ceasefire. After eight years of fighting, both sides were exhausted and decided to accept a United Nations negotiated armistice. Read More
President Nixon always had a "secret plan" for ending the war in Vietnam. He negotiated, threatened, bullied and bombed. He got the Paris Peace Agreement that effectively ended the US participation in southeast Asia on less than perfect terms. Read More
A ceasefire is a temporary stop to a war when both sides agree to suspend fighting. It is a signal or an order to stop fighting. Read More
The cast of Ultimatum Ceasefire - 1987 includes: Eddie Garcia Ramon Revilla Read More
The result of the ceasefire was no shooting, just that, and it still exists uneasily today. No peace treaty was ever signed. Read More
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When your your check says negotiated it usually means direct deposit. Read More
It was the first war fought by the US in which the US departed the field; and the nation that it was fighting (North Vietnam) won the war. Previous to Vietnam, ALL NATIONS engaged in hostilities against the US either surrendered or negotiated a truce (Armistice-WWI and Korean War). Other than war equipment differences (jets, planes, helicopters, tanks, etc.) that's what made the Vietnam War different. Read More
And armistice or a truce or a ceasefire are all terms for when troops on both sides agree to stop fighting. Read More
William Seward negotiated the purchase of Alaska from Russia. Read More
It wasn't easy, but they eventually negotiated an agreement that they were all happy with. Read More
Negotiated fares is defined as being a fully automated data distribution system that processes private fares. It handles multiple fare amounts that are associated with negotiated contracts. Read More
The Harris Treaty ended Japan's isolationism. However, it was not negotiated by Commoder Perry. It was negotiated by Townsend Harris. Read More
The US and allies were at war with another country (North Vietnam). The US is not at war with Iraq nor Afghanistan. Nor are the capitals of Iraq nor Afghanistan being negotiated with nor are they being bombed by American bombers, nor are allied bombers being shot down by ground defense systems. Read More
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The cast of Jason in Wonderland - Ceasefire and DMZ - 2013 includes: Jason Donghyuk Jeon as Jason Read More
To the Contrary - 1992 Ceasefire 7-48 was released on: USA: 19 February 1999 Read More
A: In 1982, during a ceasefire in Lebanon, Mother Teresa crossed the Green Line between the Christian and Muslim communities, to help bring some disabled children back into the Christian sector. Some say Mother Teresa simply prayed for this ceasefire, others say she brokered the ceasefire, while others say that Mother Teresa had no involvement but might have been aware of an impending ceasefire. Read More
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Are you in favor of the long unilateral ceasefire declared by the Philippine Government with the new people's army?
I think there is NO unilateral ceasefire declared by the Philippine government with the New People's Army. A unilateral ceasefire is usually declared during Christmas season, Lenten, or any other special occasions to give honor the occasion as well as to give respite for the troops. Read More
The Savage Dragon - 1995 Ceasefire 2-7 was released on: USA: 30 October 1996 Read More
He wanted a negotiated end to the war. He wanted a negotiated end to the war. Read More
Treaties are negotiated by the Administrative branch, the President and the Department of State, and then sent to the Senate for approval. Read More
The Vietnam War was the first US experience of losing a war, that is to say...not gaining a victory; consequently, the US was new at this type of procedure. Therefore, President Nixon tried to withdraw from the war with "honor"; he bombed and invaded Cambodia (1970) and Laos (1971), and negotiated a return of our POW's, and then we departed. Those procedures were necessary, because in part, North Vietnam held probably close to a thousand… Read More