• Proceedings of “The American Experience in Southeast Asia, 1946-1975”
    The Department of State’s Office of the Historian in the Bureau of Public Affairs convened a conference September 29-30, 2010, on U.S. policy and the war in Southeast Asia, 1946-1975, with special emphasis on the years of greatest American involvement in the conflict in Vietnam. Featured speakers included Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Dr. Henry Kissinger and Ambassador John Negroponte, participants in the Vietnam policy process, and the late Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke.
  • WGBH’s OpenVault: The Vietnam Collection
    Vietnam-related materials gathered from the WGBH archives from their production of Vietnam: A Television War. Includes interviews, photos, news stories and original footage. Site launched April 2010.
  • U.S. Vietnam Trade Council
    The U.S.-Vietnam Trade Council is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1989 under the leadership of Ambassador William H. Sullivan and Foreign Minister Nguyen Co Thach to build a new future relationship between former enemies. The U.S.-Vietnam Trade Council’s core agenda is built around three issues: the full normalization of U.S.-Vietnam relations; the framework of policy essential to building a new economic partnership between the two nations; and the assistance to the establishment of links that increases bilateral trade and investment.