SOURCE: New York Times
The Victims of Agent Orange the U.S. Has Never Acknowledged
"The use of the herbicide in the neutral nation of Laos by the United States — secretly, illegally and in large amounts — remains one of the last untold stories of the American war in Southeast Asia."
SOURCE: The Atlantic
The U.S.’s Toxic Agent Orange Legacy
Washington has admitted to the long-lasting effects of dioxin use in Vietnam, but has largely sidestepped the issue in neighboring Cambodia and Laos.
SOURCE: Commentary Magazine
Another Obama Apology Tour?
by Max Boot
It’s true that on Tuesday the president didn’t actually apologize in Laos for American actions in the 1960s, but he danced right up to the line.
SOURCE: CBC News
U.S. bombs dropped decades ago in Laos still killing locals
A U.S. secret operation in Laos that ended 43 years ago is still creating fresh wounds.
It’s been 40 years since the Hmong fled Laos after the CIA’s failed secret war
How does one memorialize a failed war that most people don’t even know about or would rather forget?
One Woman’s Mission to Free Laos From Millions of Unexploded Bombs
Channapha Khamvongsa has led a single-minded effort to clean up the fallout of a nine-year American air campaign that made Laos one of the most heavily bombed places on earth.
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