Utilizing the readings, evaluate North Vietnam’s military and diplomatic strategy in the period roughly from 1971 to 1973. What were its major goals? What policy questions and decisions did its leaders confront? How did these men navigate a shifting international scene while also pursuing the end goal of unification? How did military action and diplomacy work together in their view? *********FROM THE SYLLABUS Short essays should be no more than three (3) pages, typed, and double-spaced, using Times New Roman 12-point font. The longer essays should be in the range of five to six (5–6) pages, following the same style format. Write with clarity and appropriate detail. Be succinct, to-the-point, and authoritative. This is great exercise in the “art of communication,” which has value in whatever field of employment you find yourself. Look for relevant quotations and important statistical figures (troop numbers and casualties, results of bombing raids, amounts of imported supplies and equipment, etc.) to utilize in your writing. You must cite your sources, but simply as a parenthetical reference; thus, “quote here” (Lawrence 132). If you consult any outside works and use these for quotations or figures, please add a full-citation listing for the source at the end of the essay. This is a college-level course. Quality work is expected. All the rules of proper usage (grammar, punctuation, and spelling) apply. Be sure to spell-check your essays and give them a thorough edit for common problems such as subject/verb agreement and correct verb tense usage. One more thing: in your writing, always strive to use the active voice as much as possible—“The American planes bombed Hanoi,” rather than “Hanoi was bombed by the American planes.” It reads better and helps with the overall flow of essays
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