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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 24/9VietNamNet BridgeHSBC Vietnam opened its new branch in Ninh Kieu district, Can Tho city, the largest trade centre in the Mekong Delta region, on Sept. 23. ...and more »
Philippines - Aquino meets with KissingerISRIA (registration)He shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973 with North Vietnamese negotiator Le Duc Tho. Kissinger now runs an international consultancy. ...and more »
Presiden Aquino Bertemu Henry KissingerKOMPAS.comDia menerima Hadiah Nobel Perdamaian pada 1973 bersama dengan perunding Vietnam Utara, Le Duc Tho. Kissinger kini bergerak di bidang konsultan internasional ...
...December, and January. In its essentials, however, it remained remarkably similar to the document that Kissinger and Le Duc Tho had agreed to in October. This volume was compiled and edited by John Carland. The volume and this press release are available on...
Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs Release of Foreign Relations ...US Department of StateThis volume documents the marathon four-day negotiating session between Kissinger and North Vietnamese representative Le Duc Tho in Paris (October 8-11, ...and more »
PRESS DIGEST - Vietnam newspapers - Sept 16ReutersHM plans to raise its registered capital to 22.59 trillion dong ($1.16 million) by the end of 2011, said Vietinbank deputy general director Le Duc Tho. ...and more »
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Released Today "Foreign Relations of the United States"NewsBlazeOn the negotiating front, Kissinger continued in 1970 and throughout1971 to meet periodically in Paris with Le Duc Tho and other senior Vietnamese Communist ...and more »
...Army. On the negotiating front, Kissinger continued in 1970 and throughout1971 to meet periodically in Paris with Le Duc Tho and other senior Vietnamese Communist functionaries, but made no progress. At the same time, representatives of both sides also met...
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Sydney Morning HeraldCombat fatigueSydney Morning HeraldIt was a melancholy reminder of president Richard Nixon's announcement on January 23, 1973, that Henry Kissinger and special adviser Le Duc Tho had just ...and more »
Nobel Peace Prize curse strikes againTelegraph.co.uk (blog)Although most past winners have been praiseworthy choices, others have included Yasser Arafat, Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho (although the North Vietnamese ...
Part 5 of 5 of the eleventh episode ("Peace") of the Canadian documentary, Vietnam: The Ten Thousand Day War
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Part 3 of 5 of the eleventh episode ("Peace") of the Canadian documentary, Vietnam: The Ten Thousand Day War
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October 4, 1987 www.amazon.com After leaving the McCarthy campaign, Hersh returned to journalism as a freelancer covering the Vietnam War. In 1969, Hersh received a tip from Geoffrey Cowan of The Village Voice regarding an Army lieutenant being court-martialled for killing civilians in Vietnam. His subsequent investigation, sold to the Dispatch News Service, was run in thirty-three newspapers and exposed the My Lai massacre, winning him the Pulitzer Prize in 1970. In 1972 Hersh was hired as a reporter for the Washington bureau of The New York Times, where he served from 1972 to 1975 and again in 1979. Hersh was also active in investigating the Central Intelligence Agency's Project Jennifer. Kissinger's involvement in Indochina started prior to his appointment as National Security Adviser to Nixon. While still at Harvard, he had worked as a consultant on foreign policy to both the White House and State Department. Kissinger says that "In August 1965... [Henry Cabot Lodge], an old friend serving as Ambassador to Saigon, had asked me to visit Vietnam as his consultant. I toured Vietnam first for two weeks in October and November 1965, again for about ten days in July 1966, and a third time for a few days in October 1966... Lodge gave me a free hand to look into any subject of my choice". He became convinced of the meaninglessness of military victories in Vietnam, "...unless they brought about a political reality that could survive our ultimate withdrawal." In a 1967 peace ...
April 22, 1971 The Paris Peace Accords of 1973, intended to establish peace in Vietnam and an end to the Vietnam Conflict, ended direct US military involvement and temporarily stopped the fighting between north and south. The governments of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam), the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam), and the United States, as well as the Provisional Revolutionary Government (PRG) that represented indigenous South Vietnamese revolutionaries signed the Agreement on Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam on January 27, 1973. The negotiations that led to the accord had begun in 1968 and had been subject to various lengthy delays. As a result of the accord, International Control Commission (ICC) was replaced by International Commission of Control and Supervision (ICCS) to carry out the agreement. The main negotiators of the agreement were United States National Security Advisor Dr. Henry Kissinger and Vietnamese politburo member Le Duc Tho; the two men were awarded the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts, although Tho refused to accept it. William Stuart Symington (June 26, 1901 - December 14, 1988) was a businessman and political figure from Missouri. He served as the first Secretary of the Air Force from 1947 to 1950 and was a Democratic United States Senator from Missouri from 1953 to 1976. He resigned from Emerson in 1945 to join the administration of fellow Missourian Harry S. Truman. His first positions were chairman of the ...
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The lesson by Jean-Paul Sartre, Le Duc Tho and Grigori Perelman. Part 2ScienceBlog.com (blog)This is actually what J.-P. Sartre and Le Duc Tho wanted to show. The Really True Achievements of the Human Spirit come once in a blue moon. ...
Financial TimesVietnamFinancial TimesLe Duc Tho, the man who outsmarted Henry Kissinger at the Paris peace talks that ended the war in Vietnam, was unusually candid when I ...
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Vietinbank Rises in Ho Chi Minh City on Scotiabank Stake PlanBusinessWeekThe sale of a 15 percent stake in Vietinbank, subject to approval by the Vietnamese government, may take place in the fourth quarter, according Le Duc Tho, ...and more »
Salinization, dams bring worries to Mekong DeltaBusiness MirrorVietnam has received and accepted the invitation, said Le Duc Trung, chief executive officer of Vietnam's Mekong River Commission Office, who will lead the ...and more »
Government agrees Vietinbank 25% stake foreign sell-offViet Nam News... in-principle approval from the Government to sell 10 per cent of stake to International Finance Corp (IFC), says Vietinbank deputy director Le Duc Tho. ...
Retirada das tropas e do auxílio material dos Estados Unidos (1973-1975) Sob as condições do Acordo de Paris, os norte-americanos retiraram suas tropas do Vietnã e prisioneiros de guerra foram trocados. O Vietnã do Norte teve permissão para continuar suprindo as tropas comunistas no sul, mas apenas para fazer a reposição do que estava sendo consumido. No fim do ano, Henry Kissinger e Le Duc Tho dividiram o Prêmio Nobel da Paz, mas o negociador norte-vietnamita o recusou, dizendo que uma paz verdadeira ainda não tinha sido conseguida. Os líderes comunistas esperavam usar o cessar-fogo em proveito próprio, mas Saigon, escorada por um grande aporte de armas e equipamentos feito pelos EUA pouco antes da trégua entrar em vigor, começou a empurrar os vietcongs para o norte. Os comunistas responderam com uma nova estratégia, estabelecida em uma série de encontros da liderança norte-vietnamita realizados em Hanói, em março de 1973. Com a suspensão dos bombardeios americanos, os trabalhos na Trilha Ho Chi Minh e em outras estruturas logísticas deveriam continuar ininterruptamente, até que o norte estivesse em condições de lançar uma ofensiva em massa contra o sul, projetada para a estação seca de 1975-76. O comando militar acreditava ser esta a última oportunidade de decidir o conflito, antes que o exército sul-vietnamita estivesse completamente treinado. Um oleoduto de 3 mil milhas de extensão deveria ser construído entre o interior do Vietnã do Norte eo quartel-general da FLN em ...
A guerra foi o tema central das eleições de 1972. O oponente de Nixon, George mcgovern, tinha uma plataforma de retirada do Vietnã. O conselheiro de segurança nacional de Nixon, Henry Kissinger, continuava porém em negociações secretas com o representante do Vietnã do Norte, Le Duc Tho, e em outubro eles chegaram a um acordo. Entretanto, o presidente sul-vietnamita Nguyen Van Thieu exigiu mudanças significativas no acordo. Quando o Norte tornou públicos aos detalhes do acordo, a Casa Branca afirmou que os norte-vietnamitas tentavam embaraçar o presidente e as negociações estancaram, com os comunistas desejando novas mudanças. Para mostrar seu apoio ao sulistas e forçar Hanói a voltar à mesa de negociações, Nixon deu ordens para um bombardeio maciço da capital inimiga e do porto de Haiphong. A ofensiva destruiu a maior parte da capacidade industrial e econômica remanescente dos nortistas. Simultaneamente, Nixon pressionava Thieu ameaçando concluir um tratado bilateral de paz com os norte-vietnamitas e retirando qualquer auxílio ao sul. Em 15 de janeiro de 1973, o presidente Nixon anunciou ao mundo a suspensão das operações ofensivas norte-americanas no Vietnã. Os Acordos de Paz de Paris foram assinados em 27 de janeiro, encerrando oficialmente o envolvimento dos Estados Unidos na Guerra do Vietnã. Um cessar-fogo entrou em vigor entre os países do norte e do sul e os prisioneiros de guerra foram libertados, com a integridade territorial do Vietnã sendo garantida. Como ...
...He had tests and treatment and was diagnosed with a stomach virus. Kissinger shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize with with Le Duc Tho because the two negotiated a treaty which ended the Vietnam War. Kissinger served as secretary of state during the presidencies...
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Kissinger released from Seoul hospitalUPI.com... under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford and shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize with Le Duc Tho for negotiating a treaty to end the Vietnam War. ...Kissinger admitted to South Korean hospitalCNNHenry Kissinger Hospitalized due to Stomach VirusStarcelebritys (blog)Kissinger Is Recovering From Stomach Pains in SeoulBusinessWeekAHN | All Headline News -Before It's News -NBC Miamiall 578 news articles »
UPI NewsTrack TopNewsUPI.com... under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford and shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize with Le Duc Tho for negotiating a treaty to end the Vietnam War. ...and more »
...of state in the 1970s under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford and shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize with Le Duc Tho for negotiating a treaty to end the Vietnam War. Kissinger underwent triple coronary bypass surgery in 1982 and had an angioplasty five...
United Press International
...now chairs a consulting firm, served in the 1970s under Presidents Nixon and Ford. He shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973 with Le Duc Tho for negotiating a treaty to end the Vietnam War. Kissinger had triple coronary bypass surgery in 1982 and an angioplasty...
...agreements with the Soviet Union under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. He shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Le Duc Tho for the 1973 cease-fire which led to the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam. Msnbc.com staff and NBC News contributed to this...
In this excerpt from the documentary From Hollywood to Hanoi, Tiana Alexandra visits the French Hospital in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) to observe first hand the devastating birth defects resulting from the use of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.
In this excerpt from the documentary From Hollywood to Hanoi, Tiana Alexandra talks with two women who survived the My Lai Massacre - giving a human face and voice to a dreadful tragedy that is too often obscured by the debate over US military protocol.
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