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The Mouse That Roared

State Department Intelligence in the Vietnam War The smallest U.S. intelligence agency is the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) at the State Department. Tiny compared to the CIA, NSA, and other agencies, INR nevertheless played a key role in U.S. intelligence on Vietnam. This article explores the origins of INR, tells about some of its key personalities, details its arrangements to compile reports on Vietnam; and discusses its contributions on central issues, including whether the war was being won, the probability of Chinese intervention, effectiveness of U.S. bombing of North Vietnam, the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, the Tet Offensive, and North Vietnamese use of Cambodia. Continue reading More Info »
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Kennedy Withdrawal

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Among the more intriguing historical debates over the Vietnam war is the question of whether President John F. Kennedy, had he not been assassinated in Dallas in November 1963, would have gone on to withdraw U.S. forces from South Vietnam. Here I look at the evidence and give my own view on the issue. Continue reading More Info »
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