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Three-Horse Race for Vietnam’s Next Communist Party Chief
September 14, 2020

Three-Horse Race for Vietnam’s Next Communist Party Chief

By David Hutt
As the Communist Party of Vietnam moves toward its next National Congress, the list of candidates for key posts is narrowing.
Post-Abe, Vietnam-Japan Relations Have Nowhere to Go But Up
September 11, 2020

Post-Abe, Vietnam-Japan Relations Have Nowhere to Go But Up

By Hanh Nguyen
Whoever succeeds Abe Shinzo, the two nations have ample reasons to widen and deepen their cooperation across a host of domains.

At ASEAN Meetings, US, China Spar Over Maritime Disputes
September 10, 2020

At ASEAN Meetings, US, China Spar Over Maritime Disputes

By Sebastian Strangio
The alternating diplomatic salvos highlight to degree to which the South China Sea has become a flashpoint of superpower tensions.

Is a Green New Deal on the Way in Southeast Asia?
September 09, 2020

Is a Green New Deal on the Way in Southeast Asia?

By James Guild
COVID-19 offers the region an opportunity to kick start a transition toward sustainable energy – but a host of challenges remain.

Vietnam’s Antigraft Campaign Snares Another High-Ranking Victim
September 07, 2020

Vietnam’s Antigraft Campaign Snares Another High-Ranking Victim

By Sebastian Strangio
But there is more to the country’s long-running anticorruption purge than meets the eye.
The Strategic Significance of Vietnam-US Oil and Gas Cooperation
September 07, 2020

The Strategic Significance of Vietnam-US Oil and Gas Cooperation

By Le Hong Hiep
Partnering with American firms would shrink Vietnam's trade surplus with the US—and help Hanoi hold the line in the South China Sea.

Evolution of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Control Over the Military
August 29, 2020

Evolution of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Control Over the Military

By Bich T. Tran
Over the last three decades, the CPV has gradually institutionalized its control over the armed forces.
India-Vietnam Relations: Strong and Getting Stronger
August 28, 2020

India-Vietnam Relations: Strong and Getting Stronger

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
With China a shared concern, India and Vietnam continue to deepen their relationship.

How COVID-19 Complicates Vietnam’s South China Sea Efforts
August 07, 2020

How COVID-19 Complicates Vietnam’s South China Sea Efforts

By Du Nhat Dang
Vietnam's big year as the rotating chair of ASEAN has been disrupted, necessitating an alternative strategy.

Vietnam’s COVID-19 Success Is a Double-Edged Sword for the Communist Party
August 06, 2020

Vietnam’s COVID-19 Success Is a Double-Edged Sword for the Communist Party

By Mai Truong
The success of its COVID-19 strategy has, so far, increased trust in the Vietnamese government, but it could create demand for transparency in other political issues in the future.

Inside the Epicenter of Vietnam’s COVID-19 Resurgence
August 05, 2020

Inside the Epicenter of Vietnam’s COVID-19 Resurgence

By Hugh Bohane
In Da Nang, residents broadly welcome the Vietnamese government's aggressive response to the shocking resurgence of COVID-19.
What Does Vietnam Think About America’s Indo-Pacific Strategy?
August 05, 2020

What Does Vietnam Think About America’s Indo-Pacific Strategy?

By Derek Grossman
The South China Sea is where the rubber meets the road for U.S.-Vietnam security ties, and in this regard, Hanoi has gone as far as it is comfortable.

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