• Four decades on, Agent Orange still haunts Vietnam

    by  • 23/11/2012 • front page, Lauren Williamson, radio, stories, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    ‘Agent Orange: History, Science and the Politics of Uncertainty’ by Dr. Edwin Martini examines the far-reaching impacts of Agent Orange, reconstructing the history of its use and the ongoing controversy over its effects. Lauren Williamson speaks to the author about his research, gaining insight about the current situation in Vietnam.

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    Lauren Williamson

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    Lauren Williamson is an aspiring journalist with a love of all things travel, food, politics and media related. Currently studying journalism, political science and international relations at the University of Queensland, she has travelled extensively and hopes to incorporate this interest into a future career in television or writing.

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