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Naturally Vietnam put a bitter pill in the US, and after swallowing it, we had to let it settle for awhile. In the meantime the US still had a "cold war" to fight, and then the Iran hostage incident took center stage under the Carter Administration during the late 70's. Then President Reagan took office, and the "evil empire" (the communists), were NOT going to get any favors, this included the new fully communist country of Vietnam. US-Vietnamese relations finally opened up in 1994/1995.

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Q: What specific steps were taken to promote peace between the U.S. and Vietnam after the war and how was this done such as United Nations Geneva Accords and the Paris Accords?
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