Washington Rethinks Relationship With Hanoi

Credit: U.S. Embassy-Singapore
The U.S. plans to resume the sale of lethal weapons to Vietnam after a 40-year hiatus, but this time it will be selling weapons to a communist government that defeated its erstwhile ally, South Vietnam, in 1975. One of the legislators lobbying for the change is Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who was...

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