Derek Mitchell

Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Senior Fellow at the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC; Special Assistant for Asian Pacific Affairs at the Pentagon during the Clinton Administration

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The  Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit , which ended yesterday in Hanoi, with the region's leaders all decked for a photo op in traditional "ao dai" robes.

President Bush and the Asia-Pacific Economic Summit

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The  Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit , which ended yesterday in Hanoi, with the region's leaders all decked for a photo op in traditional ao dai robes.

President Bush in Vietnam

The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit , which ended yesterday in Hanoi, with the region's leaders all decked for a photo op in traditional ao dai robes.

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