On February 16, the U.S. Institute of Peace held a conversation with prominent political figures and historians as they discuss their differing interpretations of the meaning of the 1973 Peace Accords and their influence on present-day U.S.-Vietnam relations.
Ambassador William Taylor, opening remarks
Vice President, Center for Russia and Europe, U.S. Institute of Peace
Ambassador Nguyen Quoc Dzung
Ambassador of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to the United States
Ambassador John D. Negroponte
Vice Chair, McLarty Associates
Associate Professor in the History of the United States and East Asia, Columbia University
Professor of U.S. History and American Foreign Policy, Hofstra University
Andrew Wells-Dang, moderator
Senior Expert, U.S. Institute of Peace
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/reflections-50th-anniversary-vietnam-peace-settlement
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