This is the voice of Vietnam Broadcasting from Hanoi, capitol of the Democratic republic of Vietnam.
I remember being a kid and the Vietnam War was huge and looking at Watergate.
The Philippines was with the U.S. in the Second World War, in the Korean War, in the Vietnam War, and now in the war against terrorism.
For a decade or more after the Vietnam war, the people who had guided the U.S. to disaster decently shrank from the public stage.
Our numbers have increased in Vietnam because the aggression of others has increased in Vietnam. There is not, and there will not be, a mindless escalation.
No event in American history is more misunderstood than the Vietnam War. It was misreported then, and it is misremembered now.
I was the guy who was constantly speaking out against the Vietnam War. I have no regrets about that.
'Dare to Discipline' was published in 1970 in the midst of the Vietnam War and a culture of rebellion. The book was written in that context, but the principles of child rearing have not changed.
Television brought the brutality of war into the comfort of the living room. Vietnam was lost in the living rooms of America - not on the battlefields of Vietnam.
From its inception, South Vietnam was only considered to be an outpost in the war against communism.
I thought the Vietnam war was an utter, unmitigated disaster, so it was very hard for me to say anything good about it.
In revealing the workings of government that led to the Vietnam War, the newspapers nobly did precisely that which the Founders hoped and trusted they would do.
Many of the architects of the Vietnam War became near pariahs as they spent the remainder of their lives in the futile quest to explain away their decisions at the time.
I was terrified of the Vietnam War when I was 13. I thought I was going. The draft was such an ominous thing, I felt as if it was going to trickle down to me.
My parents demonstrated against the Vietnam war, they were into the civil rights movement, the feminist movement, they started the first vegetarian restaurant in Pittsburgh.
I left the Democratic Party basically on issues of national security during the end of the Vietnam War.
In the 1960s, there was a point, 1968, '69, when there was a very strong antiwar movement against the war in Vietnam. But it's worth remembering that the war in Vietnam started - an outright war started in 1962.
I learned a lot from Vietnam veterans, especially as some of them turned against their own war.
Moms and daughters can negotiate over anything, and they can go on longer than it took to settle the Vietnam War.
The Sniper must not be susceptible to emotions such as anxiety and remorse,
President Johnson did not want the Vietnam War to broaden. He wanted the North Vietnamese to leave their brothers in the South alone.