When Joe Biden flew out of Hanoi last week, he was leaving a country where U.S. warfare caused roughly 3.8 million Vietnamese deaths.
South Korea’s government is finally being held to account for the carnage its mercenary troops inflicted on Vietnamese civilians.
Even as a centenarian, his “relevancy” remains intact, and his influence, I’d argue, as malevolent as ever.
Ellsberg went to a War Resisters League meeting at Haverford College and was moved by an anti-draft speaker who was about to go to prison.
Tuan Andrew Nguyen’s videos and sculptures uncover haunting artifacts and stories from the Vietnam War. They are coming to New York.
Few have contributed as much to resisting the horrors of war and an undemocratic regime as Daniel Ellsberg, who died today at age 92.
New investigation reveals Henry Kissinger was responsible for even more civilian deaths in Cambodia than was previously known. Democracy Now!
It’s Henry Kissinger’s 100th birthday. The fact that this monster is celebrated instead of in jail tells you that there’s a bigger problem.
By Jerry Lembcke. Lost-war angst over Vietnam quietly pooled into a political resource that white nationalist movements have tapped into.
The Toledo “Blade” had some of the best Vietnam War crime reporting. Unfortunately, the articles tell a story that was all too common.
By W.D. Ehrhart. He risked life in prison to make those documents public. He became a hero of mine and has inspired me ever since.
An activist who went to jail for refusing to serve in the military, he teamed with and married Joan Baez and later became a journalist.
Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers film: A teaching guide for middle school, high school, and college classrooms.
Don Luce, who passed away on November 17, 2022, at the age of 88, was a kindred spirit and one of my heroes on a decidedly short list.