Vietnamese Reaction to Khai's U.S. Visit Vietnamese Prime Minister Phan Van Khai continues his U.S. visit. Tuesday, he met with President Bush at the White House and marked the 10-year anniversary since diplomatic ties between Washington and Hanoi resumed. NPR's Michael Sullivan talks about reaction to the visit in Vietnam and Bush's plans to visit there next year.
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Vietnamese Reaction to Khai's U.S. Visit

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Vietnamese Reaction to Khai's U.S. Visit

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Vietnamese Reaction to Khai's U.S. Visit

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Vietnamese Prime Minister Phan Van Khai continues his U.S. visit. Tuesday, he met with President Bush at the White House and marked the 10-year anniversary since diplomatic ties between Washington and Hanoi resumed. NPR's Michael Sullivan talks about reaction to the visit in Vietnam and Bush's plans to visit there next year.