Phuong Nguyen

Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Fellow in the Southeast Asia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

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In Vietnam, Bill Clinton healed the wounds of war; George W. Bush stopped off to talk economics. Barack Obama has different reasons for visiting.

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In Vietnam, Bill Clinton healed the wounds of war; George W. Bush stopped off to talk economics. Barack Obama has different reasons for visiting.

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