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By John Richard Humpidge Moorman

ISBN-10: 0198264259

ISBN-13: 9780198264255

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American foreign aid was designed to foster the development of South Vietnam’s political, social, and economic institutions. Helping to secure the Diem regime against its internal adversaries was a component of the overall American assistance plan. Under the Eisenhower administration’s 1290-d initiative, Washington supported police and paramilitary forces in Third World countries deemed critical in the global struggle against communism. Having identified South Vietnam as a ‘front-line’ state in the worldwide conflict with Marxism-Leninism, Eisenhower began an internal security assistance program intended to give the Diem government the means to defeat internal subversion.

64 Herbert C. 65 Michigan State University and South Vietnam The groundwork for the US program to bolster Diem’s non-military internal security organizations was laid in the autumn of 1954. An advisory team from Michigan State College sent under the auspices of the Foreign Operations Administration (FOA), spent a month assessing South Vietnam’s public administration capabilities, including its police and paramilitary forces. 67 Instead, MSU decided to concentrate its efforts on three tasks: 1) creating an institute to train civil servants; 2) providing consulting services to national and local government; and 3) training police and paramilitary forces.

16 By 1955, US military advisors had assumed this function, and during that year, France withdrew all of its military personnel from Indochina. 18 As a first step in helping to secure South Vietnam, Eisenhower sent a letter to Ngo Dinh Diem, whom Bao Dai had appointed prime minister in July 1954. 19 In addition, Eisenhower dispatched General J. Lawton Collins to Saigon. Collins, who was to serve as the The origins of police and paramilitary assistance to South Vietnam 31 special US representative with the rank of ambassador, was instructed by the president to provide assistance to Diem’s fledgling regime.

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