No Peace, No Honor: Nixon, Kissinger, and Betrayal in Vietnam
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No Peace, No Honor: Nixon, Kissinger, and Betrayal in Vietnam

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In 1973, Henry Kissinger shared the Nobel Peace Prize for the secret negotiations that led to the Agreement on Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam. Nixon famously declared the 1973 agreement to be "peace with honor"; America was disengaging, yet South Vietnam still stood to fight its own war. Kissinger promptly moved to seal up his personal records of the negotia...more
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Published September 23rd 2001 by Free Press (first published 2001)
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Steve Lozon
Very interesting and detailed. As a professional negotiator, it seemed that the author had unrealistic expectations for how Kissinger should have conducted the negotiations. Labor negotiations are nowhere near as complex as diplomatic negotiations to end a war, but even in labor talks, Berman's ideal of complete transparency is beyond naive.

Interesting peak behind the curtains to an intriguing time.
Kirk Bower
Outstanding. Berman takes the complexity of the Vietnam issue and makes it an easy read. He tackles the tough issues of Nixon's good cop/bad cop with Kissinger, peace through esculation, and the people of S. Vietnam. If you agree or disagree with Berman's conclusions - it is a good read.
Bruce
As more records are released and research done we are finding out that some administrations have been more deceitful and self-serving than Americans are wont to believe.
Ellen Falls
excellent learning tool about the government of the war.
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