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J. Caleb Donaldson and Martha Minow

Relearning Vietnam's painful lessons

By J. Caleb Donaldson and Martha Minow
August 14, 2006

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CURRENT EVENTS make the Vietnam era more relevant than ever. We are engaged in a war without plan or prospects for disengagement. The conflict seems part of a global danger, but we also seem interlopers -- and attractive targets -- in a civil war. Fighting among civilian populations raises the specter of atrocities, and we inevitably hear echoes of the ... (Full article: 846 words)

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