The Mekong Basin Disease Surveillance cooperation (MBDS) is one of several sub-regional disease surveillance networks that have emerged in recent years as an approach to transnational cooperation for infectious disease prevention and control.
Most interventions in the past 25 years have been followed by improved security, some degree of democratization, and significant economic growth—with only a modest commitment of international military and civilian manpower and economic assistance.
This study examined U.S. Cambodian refugees' use of complementary and alternative medicine and Western sources of care for psychiatric problems. Analyses assessed the extent to which complementary and alternative medicine was used in the absence of Western mental health treatment and whether use of complementary and alternative medicine was associated with decreased use of Western services.
A discussion of Public Law 93-50 forbidding expenditure of U.S. funds for combat in Cambodia, Laos, North Vietnam and South Vietnam after 15 August 1973, and the War Powers Resolution limiting the President's power to engage U.S. troops, and how...
Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam have been recognized as an interdependent front by Communist strategists for 19 years. Vietnamese Communists have been involved in Indochinese affairs for approximately 40 years.
An examination of the implications and desirability of a development program for reclamation of the Plain of Reeds, part of the Mekong River delta extending over much of the Cambodian-South Vietnamese frontier zone.
An examination of the role that North Vietnam is playing in the present struggle in South Vietnam. The Momorandum also discusses the function of Laos and Cambodia in providing passage and safe haven for the insurgents.