Agent Orange, exposed: How U.S. chemical warfare in Vietnam unleashed a slow-moving disaster

Unlike napalm, which immediately scalded its victims, Agent Orange kills and maims slowly over time, its effects passed down through generations. U.S. Army Operations in…

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How an economic theory helped mire the United States in Vietnam

Rostow, front right, visited Vietnam in 1961. AP Photo/Fred Waters Questions of how the U.S. got mired in the Vietnam War and whether it was…

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Vietnam: Who was right about what went wrong – and why it matters in Afghanistan

Secretary of State Dean Rusk, President Lyndon Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara. Yoichi Robert Okamoto/Wikipedia The ghosts of the Vietnam War no doubt…

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