America's rehash of Vietnam-style 'peace with honor' - now starring Iran
'Give peace a chance' is the feel-good slogan of the day regarding Iran. But the same U.S. policy tune didn't do Free Vietnam much good.
It took less than two and a half years from the signing of the Paris Peace Accords that were to end the Vietnam War to the final conquest of Free Vietnam and the establishment of communist rule in Indochina. The accord was signed on January 27, 1973, by South Vietnam, communist North Vietnam, the communist Viet Cong operating in the south, and by the United States. The Nobel Peace Prizes — for Henry...
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