During the Vietnam war, America sprayed the Mekong River delta with Agent Orange, a chemical weapon more devastating than napalm. Thirty years later, the aftereffects of the chemical are still to go away and still very evident. The celebrated war photographer James Nachtwey, went in search of children deformed by Agent Orange in Vietnam and America, for Vanity Fair. And the magazine now has a slideshow of his extraordinary pictures, which should remind Indian photographers of their true role.
Go the slideshow here: The Vietnam Syndrome