Vietnam War: Who was right about what went wrong – and why it matters in Afghanistan

In the Vietnam era, as today, the United States found itself engulfed in a seemingly never-ending war with mounting costs, unclear goals and few signs of success, writes this Drake University professor.

How Vietnam dramatically changed our views on honor and war

In this essay, a State University of New York professor writes about the importance of understanding how Vietnam set a pattern for finding honor in inconclusive or lost wars.

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