RISK SUMMARY: VIETNAM
- NO HARD FEELINGS? Fallows, James // Atlantic (02769077);Dec88, Vol. 262 Issue 6, p71
Recounts the experiences of the authors as part of a group of American journalists who visited Vietnam in order to witness and analyze the effects of the Vietnam War. Status of the economy of Vietnam; Intention of the Communist Party to maintain thoroughgoing political control.
- Agent Orange. Rehman, Tehreem // Teen Ink;Jan2010, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p21
The article considers the long-term effects of Agent Orange, a herbicide used during the Vietnam War.
- Hanoi's victory undone? Schroth, Raymond A. // Commonweal;8/18/95, Vol. 122 Issue 14, p5
Discusses the economic changes in Vietnam 20 years after the Vietnam War in 1961-1975. Renewal of diplomatic ties between the country and the United States; Irony in the use of capitalism to save a communist revolution; Opening up to foreign investment; Attractions in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon);...
- The New Vietnam. Johnson, Kay // Junior Scholastic;3/12/2007, Vol. 109 Issue 14, p10
The article presents information on the growing economy of Vietnam with reference to the Vietnam War.
- Vietnam. Relin, David Oliver // Junior Scholastic;Sep95, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p4
Focuses on the changes being made in Vietnam. Transition from a Communist to a capitalist free-enterprise economy; History of the war in Vietnam; Economic conditions in the country; Efforts to improve relations with the United States; Issue over the missing in action American soldiers in...
- JOHN pilger. // New Statesman;11/27/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4514, p17
Focuses on the economic condition in Vietnam following the Vietnam War. Background of the ceasefire agreement signed by former United States President Richard Nixon in 1973; Economy of Vietnam in 1986; Labor rates per month.
- Home to an alien land. Larimer, Tim // Time International (South Pacific Edition);01/27/97, Issue 4, p26
Discusses how some Vietnamese, after years of self-imposed exile, are returning to their country. When these refugees were forced out of Saigon by Communist forces; The status that caused them to spend years in detention camps in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia; Documents that returnees are given...
- Agent Orange in Korea. Ahn, Christine; Kirk, Gwyn // Foreign Policy in Focus;7/ 7/2011, p1
The article discusses the dumping of chemical substances including Agent Orange in 1978 at Camp Carroll in South Korea by U.S. soldiers. The veteran U.S. soldiers said the chemical substances that seeped through the barrels smelled sickeningly sweet while another said he developed severe rash...
- Hercules is denied Agent Orange reimbursement. Stringer, Judy // Chemical Week;3/13/1996, Vol. 158 Issue 10, p14
Reports on the US Supreme Court ruling denying Hercules Corp. of reimbursement for its settlement with Vietnam veterans who say exposure to Agent Orange damaged their health.