INDOCHINA: Second Attempt at a Truce

Viet Nam peace negotiations have by now acquired a certain déjá vu quality. Presidential Adviser Henry Kissinger and North Viet Nam's Le Due Tho confer in Paris and make a tentative deal.

Then Kissinger, or an aide, flies off to Saigon to win the concurrence of South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu, who raises some objections. The two principal negotiators go back to Paris to resolve the difficulties. That is the point at which Kissinger will find himself this week when he once again meets Those in an attempt to resuscitate...

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