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Après le succès d’Enfant 44 et de Kolyma, la quête haletante et désespérée d’un homme pris dans l’étau de la paranoïa et de la violence, sur fond d’URSS poststalinienne, de maccarthysme et d’invasion russe en Afghanistan.
1965. Pour apaiser les tensions entre leurs deux pays, États-Unis et URSS réunissent quelques étudiants pour un concert pacifique à Manhattan. Parmi les membres de la délégation russe : Raïssa Demidova et ses deux filles.
Contraint de rester à Moscou, Leo Demidov, ancien agent du KGB, s’interroge : pourquoi le parti a-t-il sélectionné sa famille ? Doit-il croire à un retour en grâce des siens ?
Mais devant le siège des Nations-Unies, c’est le carnage : un chanteur noir américain, fervent partisan communiste, est abattu, et Raïssa est accusée du crime.
Machination du FBI ? Complot de la police secrète soviétique ?
Des prisons du Kremlin aux montagnes afghanes dévastées par la guerre, Leo va devoir traverser l’enfer pour retrouver l’Agent 6, celui qui détient la clé de ce cauchemar…
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Follow the link for more information. Agent Orange is an herbicide and defoliant chemical, one of the « tactical use » Rainbow Herbicides. It is widely known for its use by the U. Up to four million people in Vietnam were exposed to the defoliant. The government of Vietnam says as many as 3 million people have suffered illnesses because of Agent Orange.
The aftermath of the use of Agent Orange in Vietnam resulted in massive legal consequences. Agent Orange was to a lesser extent used outside Vietnam. Land in neighbouring Laos and Cambodia was also sprayed with Agent Orange during the Vietnam War because forests on the border with Vietnam were used by the Vietcong. Vietnamese victims class action lawsuit in U. TCDD is the most toxic of the dioxins, and is classified as a human carcinogen by the US Environmental Protection Agency. If not bound chemically to a biological surface such as soil, leaves or grass, Agent Orange dries quickly after spraying and breaks down within hours to days when exposed to sunlight and is no longer harmful. Due to its fat-soluble nature, TCDD enters the body through physical contact or ingestion.
Dioxin easily accumulates in the food chain. Several herbicides were discovered as part of efforts by the USA and the British to develop herbicidal weapons for use during World War II. By the end of the war, the relationship between the two countries was well established. In the years after the war, the U.
1,100 compounds, and field trials of the more promising ones were done at British stations in India and Australia, in order to establish their effects in tropical conditions, as well as at the U. Between 1950 and 1952, trials were conducted in Tanganyika, at Kikore and Stunyansa, to test arboricides and defoliants under tropical conditions. Britain was the first nation to employ the use of herbicides and defoliants to destroy bushes, trees, and vegetation to deprive insurgents of concealment and targeting food crops as part of a starvation campaign in the early 1950s. After the Malayan conflict ended in 1960, the U. British precedent in deciding that the use of defoliants was a legal tactic of warfare. Army aerial herbicide spray missions in South Vietnam taking place from 1965 to 1971. In mid-1961, President Ngo Dinh Diem of South Vietnam asked the United States to conduct aerial herbicide spraying in his country.
In August of that year, the Republic of Vietnam Air Force conducted herbicide operations with American help. During the Vietnam War, between 1962 and 1971, the United States military sprayed nearly 20,000,000 U. Agent Orange from a riverboat in Vietnam. Agent Orange was usually sprayed from helicopters or from low-flying C-123 Provider aircraft, fitted with sprayers and « MC-1 Hourglass » pump systems and 1,000 U.