As corpses rot and the search for family members’ remains becomes more urgent, there is a special Vietnamese Office for Seeking Missing Persons—but it helps find Americans.
ADVISE AND DISSENT
President Trump is famous for ignoring the advice and expertise of advisers who tell him something he doesn’t want to hear. But he is not the first president to spurn good counsel.
As he meets with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un in the Vietnamese capital, Trump may be talking about nukes but he never stops thinking like a real-estate developer.
THE SUMMITRY OF ALL FEARS
Kim Jong Un used the threat of war—and Trump’s own hysterical rhetoric—to create a situation where he appears a peacemaker, and U.S. forces are out of the peninsula.
A new exposé claims Donald Trump’s suspicious medical diagnosis was granted as a ‘favor’ to his dad—so it would keep the man later dubbed Cadet Bone Spurs out of the Vietnam War.
With the publication of Max Hastings’ new account of the war, the conflict at last gets the superb—and absolutely devastating—history it deserves.
In Steven Levenson’s play ‘Days of Rage,’ a group of young anti-Vietnam War activists plan revolution in the late 1960s, unaware of the trouble a malevolent stranger will bring.