Category Archives: Vietnam

The Metamorphosis of International Students Into Honorary US Nationalists: a View from Viet Nam

by Mark Ashwill

We would ensure not only that Vietnam’s tens of millions of students, but also their education-obsessed parents, see the United States as a key partner in their personal and collective futures.

The My Lai Massacre: fifty years later

by Howard Lisnoff

Nineteen sixty-eight was an earth-shattering year! Revolution was in the air all across the globe from nations in Europe to Mexico, the U.S., and beyond. Living in revolutionary times was exhilarating, especially when seen against the backdrop of the fascistic systems of government and politics that have grown across the world today.