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Central Higlanders – A People in Between Indochina War and Vietnam War brought vast destruction to ethnic groups living in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Seeing that Central Highlands was an important pawn of long shadow of conflict and war in Vietnam, the mountainous people found themselves “in between” of both sides, Viet Minh – the French and North Vietnam – the Allies respectively. Consequently, being suspected to have a relationship with US-based groups and have support from America, the protests of ethnic groups in the Central Highlands in 2001 and 2004 During the Indochina War 1945-1954 highlanders Hickey described Central Higlands’ indigenous peoples as "a people in between" for the attempt of both sides, Vi t Minh and the French to entice them. Central Highlands became an important pawn of the long shadow of conflict and war in Vietnam (Hickey 1982a, 385). Vi t Minh policy, according to Salemink, also was aimed at non-Vi t peoples in the jungle for the establishment of good relationship such as the famous "eight orders" given by H Chí Minh (Salemink 2003, 168). With regard to its
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course MGT 501 taught by Professor Sda during the Spring '11 term at Bina Nusantara University.

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