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story.lead_photo.caption Vietnamese Ambassador to the United States Nguyen Quoc Cuong speaks Thursday at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock. - Photo by Rick McFarland

Vietnam has enjoyed growing cooperation with the United States since President Bill Clinton normalized diplomatic relations with the country in 1995, Vietnam’s ambassador to the United States told a Little Rock audience Thursday.

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Arkansas, Pages 12 on 12/07/2012

Print Headline: In LR talk, Vietnam’s envoy stresses bilateral relationship

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  • WilliamWoodford
    December 13, 2012 at 7:40 a.m.

    “The Black Book of Communism” says that the Vietnamese Communist regime killed 1 million people. This does not include its wars; during the Second Indochina War it waged war on South Vietnamese civilians as a matter of policy and gave the Cambodian branch of the Indochina Communist Party the assistance it needed to gain control of Cambodia. Its archives have to hold evidence of the treason of those Americans who supported it while it was at war with the United States, one of whom just might be Bill Clinton.

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