Category: Vietnam

Andrew J. Bacevich: Reflections on Vietnam and Iraq

The Lessons of Two Failed Wars

Mark Ashwill: Balancing Solidarity & Individualism in the COVID-19 Era

A View from Vietnam

Mark Ashwill: A Letter From Viet Nam on the 45th Anniversary of the End of the War

While 1966 was a time of war, embargo, deprivation, and suffering caused by the US, 2020 is one of unprecedented economic well-being, continued optimism, and access to knowledge, experience, and resources.

Andrew J. Bacevich: Reflections on “Peace” in Afghanistan

Leaving a Misguided War and Choosing Not to Look Back

Vu Quoc Ngu: Mass protests sweep Vietnam

Over the weekend of June 9-10, tens of thousands of Vietnamese took to the streets across the country to protest two bills on cyber security and the creation of new special economic zones

Mike Ferner: Veterans’ Group Says “No” to Emmy for PBS Vietnam War Series

A national veterans’ organization is weighing in on this year’s Emmy awards with a full-page ad in Variety, saying Ken Burns and Lynne Novick’s “Vietnam War” series does not deserve a “Best Documentary” award

Richard Falk: Revisiting the Vietnam War

Book Launch: Revisiting the Vietnam War: The Views and Interpretations of Richard Falk, edited by Stefan Andersson, Cambridge University Press, 2017.   Why the Legal and Political Debate on the Vietnam War Still Matters [Prefatory Note: There has been recently a revival of interest in the Vietnam War, perhaps most notably as a result of Read more…

Richard Falk: Democracy, Development, and Reputation

Turkey and Vietnam

Richard Falk: Parallel Universes: Vietnam and Palestine

A blessing of empowering and charismatic resilience is the core identity of the Vietnamese and the Palestinian people, their point of most profound convergence

Pete Dolack: An Honest Conversation About Vietnam

More than four decades past the end of that imperialist adventure, having a serious discussion about it remains taboo.

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