New Internationalist

Cover for February 1980 - Issue 084

February 1980's Issue

Indochina

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Featured in issue 084

Of Human Bondage

  • 1 Feb 1980
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Traffic in Garbage

  • 1 Feb 1980
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A Kind of Sharing

  • 1 Feb 1980
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The Flotsam of War

The problems of refugees in Australia and Canada by Bob Hawkins and Wayne Ellwood.

Apartheid's New Home

  • 1 Feb 1980
  • 0

A Past to Overcome

Key events in the history of Indochina.

  • 1 Feb 1980
  • 0

Coping with Peace

Christine White reports from Vietnam.

Points of view

How the combatants see the conflict.

  • 1 Feb 1980
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Promoting the Image

  • 1 Feb 1980
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The new friends

The strategies of two of the external powers. Murray Hiebert on the US and John Gittings on China.

In the water we are all the same height

Ruth Seitz talks to a family in Laos.

The Road to Kampuchea

Peter Stalker explains the background to today’s crisis.

The Way Ahead

William Shawcross argues for a new Indochina conference.

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