The year is 1973. American disillusionment with the Vietnam War is spreading rapidly and consuming the general populace—a resounding refusal to believe the old model of military combat makes sense when the enemy is an ideology. Both sides seem to agree. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is in Paris, negotiating a U.S. withdrawal. But Kissinger and his staff aren’t the only government employees in Paris. The CIA is also there, in the shadows, eavesdropping on the North Vietnamese delegation. The mission: gather intelligence on the North Vietnamese’s position, hopefully providing the U.S. government with some diplomatic leverage.
Source: Berlin Station