The governments of the United States of America and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, in partnership with the United States Institute of Peace, hosted an event examining the transformation from enemies to partners by the two countries since the end of the war in 1975. Remarks Honorable Bonnie Glick Deputy Administrator, USAID
Panel - Healing from the Destruction of War Minh Huu Doan Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of Vietnam
Thao Griffiths Policy Advisor, Chairman of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Former Country Director Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation
Christopher Abrams Director, Environment and Social Development Office, USAID/Vietnam
Colonel Than Thanh Cong Director, Office 701
Jerry Guilbert Chief of Programs, Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement, U.S. Department of State
Charles R. Bailey, moderator Co-author, “From Enemies to Partners: Vietnam, the U.S. and Agent Orange” Former Director of Agent Orange programs at Ford Foundation & Aspen Institute
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