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US-Vietnam Ties Under Trump in the Spotlight with Premier’s Visit
May 31, 2017
US-Vietnam Ties Under Trump in the Spotlight with Premier’s Visit
Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s trip to Washington is testament to Vietnam’s enduring importance as an emerging partner for the United States.
US-Vietnam Ties Under Trump in the Spotlight with Premier’s Visit
US Gives Vietnam Coast Guard a Boost Ahead of Premier’s Visit
May 30, 2017
US Gives Vietnam Coast Guard a Boost Ahead of Premier’s Visit
Move comes days before Vietnam’s prime minister visits the White House.  
US Gives Vietnam Coast Guard a Boost Ahead of Premier’s Visit
US Delivers Six Patrol Vessels to Vietnam in Defense Boost
May 25, 2017
US Delivers Six Patrol Vessels to Vietnam in Defense Boost
Handover indicates expanding security collaboration between the two partners is continuing under Trump.
US Delivers Six Patrol Vessels to Vietnam in Defense Boost
Third US Warship Visits Vietnam’s Cam Ranh International Port
December 16, 2016
Third US Warship Visits Vietnam’s Cam Ranh International Port
Visit a reminder of the increased defense collaboration between the two sides.
Third US Warship Visits Vietnam’s Cam Ranh International Port
US, Vietnam Boost Naval Cooperation with NEA 2016
October 02, 2016
US, Vietnam Boost Naval Cooperation with NEA 2016
Washington and Hanoi kick off the seventh iteration of their naval engagement activity.
US, Vietnam Boost Naval Cooperation with NEA 2016
Stronger US-Vietnam Relations Are Not At China’s Expense
June 11, 2016
Stronger US-Vietnam Relations Are Not At China’s Expense
The recent boost in bilateral ties following Obama’s visit must be put into proper perspective.
Stronger US-Vietnam Relations Are Not At China’s Expense
US-Vietnam Defense Relations: Problems and Prospects
May 27, 2016
US-Vietnam Defense Relations: Problems and Prospects
A closer look at what lies ahead for cooperation between Washington and Hanoi.
US-Vietnam Defense Relations: Problems and Prospects
Why Obama Blinked on Rights in Vietnam
May 26, 2016
Why Obama Blinked on Rights in Vietnam
The administration has rewarded one the region's least democratic regimes without much progress on rights to show for it.
Why Obama Blinked on Rights in Vietnam
Why Obama’s Lifting of the Vietnam Arms Embargo Matters
May 24, 2016
Why Obama’s Lifting of the Vietnam Arms Embargo Matters
Its significance extends beyond U.S.-Vietnam bilateral ties.
Why Obama’s Lifting of the Vietnam Arms Embargo Matters
Obama Fully Lifts Vietnam Arms Embargo on Visit
May 23, 2016
Obama Fully Lifts Vietnam Arms Embargo on Visit
Washington removes decades-old ban after weeks of speculation.
Obama Fully Lifts Vietnam Arms Embargo on Visit
Vietnam Positioning to Impress Ahead of Obama's Visit
May 07, 2016
Vietnam Positioning to Impress Ahead of Obama's Visit
Bilateral ties could get a boost during the U.S. president's upcoming trip there.
Vietnam Positioning to Impress Ahead of Obama's Visit
Exclusive: US May Lift Vietnam Arms Embargo For Obama Visit
April 27, 2016
Exclusive: US May Lift Vietnam Arms Embargo For Obama Visit
Sources say the historic move is under discussion between the two sides.
Exclusive: US May Lift Vietnam Arms Embargo For Obama Visit
Why Vietnam Loves the Trans-Pacific Partnership
March 16, 2016
Why Vietnam Loves the Trans-Pacific Partnership
In China's shadow, Hanoi is biting on the trade pact and swallowing its bitter past with the United States.
Why Vietnam Loves the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Vietnam Unveils New Port Facility For Foreign Warships in Cam Ranh Bay
March 10, 2016
Vietnam Unveils New Port Facility For Foreign Warships in Cam Ranh Bay
Hanoi inaugurates a much-awaited international port facility along the South China Sea
Vietnam Unveils New Port Facility For Foreign Warships in Cam Ranh Bay
Obama Will Visit Vietnam in May 2016 to Boost Ties
February 17, 2016
Obama Will Visit Vietnam in May 2016 to Boost Ties
White House confirms president’s trip to the Southeast Asian state this year.
Obama Will Visit Vietnam in May 2016 to Boost Ties
Vietnam Should Not Abandon Non-Alignment in its Foreign Policy
February 03, 2016
Vietnam Should Not Abandon Non-Alignment in its Foreign Policy
Calls for Hanoi to shift its approach are unrealistic and problematic.
Vietnam Should Not Abandon Non-Alignment in its Foreign Policy
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