U.S. launches program to clean up Vietnam-era Agent Orange contamination

The United States used millions of gallons of Agent Orange herbicide across Vietnam during the war there, in an effort to destroy the foliage that was giving its enemies cover. But, in the process, it contaminated the soil with dioxin and other chemicals that have persisted and continue to cause birth defects and health problems to this day.

Global Politics

Daniel Drezner

Faith talks to Daniel Drezner, a professor of international politics at Tufts University, about free trade and the Colombia trade pact that President Bush is pushing the Congress to ratify.