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Vietnam


Censorship Vietnam

On September 18, Nguyen Van Oai, a Vietnamese citizen journalists and activist, was arrested and sentenced to five years in jail and four under …


Germany Vietnam

Though the misbehavior of North Korea and the People’s Republic of China have lately dominated the news, another East Asian communist regime has just …


Vietnam

To the Taiwanese, Formosa literally means “Beautiful Island,” but when Formosa came to Vietnam it became a nightmare for more than 3.8 million people …


Vietnam

After lifting of the US embargo in 1993, trade between the US and Vietnam has increased from the humble figure of $220 million in …

As Donald J. Trump is inaugurated President of the United States and begins his first day in office, we have a message for him. …


Vietnam

Red sauce, clear bottle, green cap, white rooster: the look (and taste!) of the most famous hot sauce on earth demands our attention. It’s …


Cold War Vietnam

Editor’s Note: Ride the Thunder can be watched HERE. The film opens in a dingy, gray-walled room. Three men are visible. One is a prisoner, …

If one simply looks for Vietnamese news on Yahoo News or listens to Secretary Kerry’s remarks at the Vietnam War Symposium, one cannot help …


Vietnam

Despite the collapse of the Berlin Wall and Soviet Union, Vietnam remains one of the five communist countries left in the world. Much like …


Vietnam

Last week the head of Vietnam’s Communist Party Nguyễn Phú Trọng paid a historic visit to Washington. Though Vietnamese President Trương Tấn Sang met …