You are leaving out one of the worst crimes: Vietnam
During my first visit there in 2007, travelling by bus through the central 1/3rd of the country, where most of the fighting took place, most of the terrain was covered with dense arboreal growth.
So what is wrong with that picture? Almost all of those trees were less than 40 years old and consisted of the same species of pine trees, the seeds of which took over after the devastation created by our Agent Orange. gone was the diversity of tropical flora. Every 15 or 20 miles or so you could spot one or a few trees sticking out over the rest. Those were the sole survivors of that carnage.
If that was not terrible enough, there were virtually no people over 40 or 50 left in that region. We had to travel closer to Hanoi before seeing elderly Vietnamese again.
On later visits those stark signs have been increasingly mitigated those pine trees have grown tall enough to camouflage the difference and some of the people there have now grown 10 years older.
It was not just the Vietnamese, who suffered from Agent Orange, but also some of our own veterans, who came in contact with it had their lives ruined, a fact largely denied by those, who were gleefully raking in the war profits.