The latest news on Vietnam
Take spices, not shampoo when heading to college in the U.S.
Days after sparks flew with China, U.S. Coast Guard official reveals 'uncanny' meeting.
Reports that Vietnamese fishing boat caught fire are likely not the last.
Why does the POW/MIA flag fly atop the White House 40 years after Vietnam?
Lessons can be learned from interventions in El Salvador, Colombia, and the Philippines.
The United States can both value being a strong military power and allow other countries in the Far East to assert a greater leadership role.
Vo Minh Tri and Tran Vu Anh Binh were sentenced to four and six years in prison, respectively, on charges of spreading propaganda against the state.
Scholar Thomas Barden collects the famous author's accounts from Vietnam in his new book Steinbeck in Vietnam: Dispatches From the War.
A dangerous view of U.S. foreign policy history
The United States has not committed its troops to protect a core security interest since the end of World War II.