- 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.
- Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969–1976, Volume X, Vietnam, January 1973–July 1975.
This volume covers U.S. policy towards Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from the signing of the Paris Peace Accords on January 27, 1973, to the fall of Phnom Penh and Saigon in April 1975. The final chapter covers the May 1975 SS Mayaguez incident. Released 2010.
- Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969–1976, Volume IX, Vietnam, October 1972–January 1973
Published by the Department of State, Office of the Historian. This volume documents the marathon four-day negotiating session between Kissinger and North Vietnamese representative Le Duc Tho in Paris (October 8-11, 1972). Released September 2010.
- Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969–1976, Volume VIII, Vietnam, January–October 1972
Published by the Department of State, Office of the Historian. Documents in this volume examine the link between force and diplomacy in U.S. national security policy toward the Vietnam war. Released June 2010.
- Foreign Relations, 1969–1976, Volume VII, Vietnam, July 1970–January 1972
Published by the Department of State, Office of the Historian. This volume documents U.S. policy towards the war in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from July 1970 to January 1972. Released September 2010.
- Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969–1976, Volume VI, Vietnam, January 1969–July 1970
Published by the Department of State, Office of the Historian. This volume covers Vietnam in the context of the larger war that included the conflicts in Laos and Cambodia, and in the case of the former, also the role of Thailand in Laos. Released December 2005.
- 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.
- Center for Strategic & International Studies
The CSIS Southeast Asia Program is the premier forum for a sustained high level policy dialogue focusing on Southeast Asia and US interests in the region.
- 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.