Tag Archives: Vietnam War

Negotiating with Those More Powerful than We Are

My good friend Sejal asked me at dinner last night how we can negotiate successfully with people more powerful than ourselves such as a boss, a strong willed partner, a co-worker whose cooperation we need, or even another country that … Continue reading

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The Trial of Henry Kissinger by Christopher Hitchens

I have been reading the marvelous ‘The Trial of Henry Kissinger’ written in 2001 by Christopher Hitchens (1949-) at his polemic, lacerating best. He argues fairly convincingly, with appropriate documentary evidence, that Kissinger warrants trial for war crimes. Indeed, Kissinger … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King on Ending the Vietnam War

Thanks to Mel for this clip of Martin Luther King on ending the Vietnam War, still relevant today: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTgpMVFMOEY&feature=share

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