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China, Vietnam Seek to Move Past South China Sea Disputes
November 06, 2015

China, Vietnam Seek to Move Past South China Sea Disputes

By Shannon Tiezzi
With Chinese President Xi Jinping in Hanoi, Beijing wants to prove the China-Vietnam relationship is back on track.

The Japan-Vietnam Maritime Security Relationship
October 07, 2015

The Japan-Vietnam Maritime Security Relationship

By Koh Swee Lean Collin
Can growing ties help Vietnam deal with its South China Sea disputes?
A Tipping Point in the US-China-Vietnam Triangle
July 06, 2015

A Tipping Point in the US-China-Vietnam Triangle

By Alexander L. Vuving
A visit to Washington by Vietnam’s general secretary this week underscores a major shift.

Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea
April 16, 2015

Beijing’s Fait Accompli in the South China Sea

By Koh Swee Lean Collin
China is achieving its foreign policy objectives without firing a shot.

Vietnam and Diplomatic Balancing
February 08, 2015

Vietnam and Diplomatic Balancing

By Khang Vu
Hanoi is having to walk a careful line in its relations with China and the U.S.

Chinese Maritime Activism: Strategy Or Vagary?
December 18, 2014

Chinese Maritime Activism: Strategy Or Vagary?

By Ryan D. Martinson
A new study questions the conventional wisdom of a coordinated national strategy.

Vietnam Launches Legal Challenge Against China’s South China Sea Claims
December 12, 2014

Vietnam Launches Legal Challenge Against China’s South China Sea Claims

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Vietnam lodges a submission at The Hague and rejects Chinese position paper on the South China Sea.
The Political Significance of American Lethal Weapons to Vietnam
October 07, 2014

The Political Significance of American Lethal Weapons to Vietnam

By Truong-Minh Vu and Ngo Di Lan
The partial embargo removal sends a clear signal to South China Sea rivals.

Vietnam’s Envoy to China Reinforces Communist Unity
September 05, 2014

Vietnam’s Envoy to China Reinforces Communist Unity

By Lucian T. H. Hsu
Vietnam’s Communist Party is concerned about its grip on power amid deteriorating regional relations.

Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
August 30, 2014

Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam

By Paul J. Leaf
Understanding the motives behind Beijing’s provocation will help the US and its partners deal with future incidents.

Code of Conduct for South China Sea Unlikely, Yet ASEAN Made Progress
August 11, 2014

Code of Conduct for South China Sea Unlikely, Yet ASEAN Made Progress

By Clint Richards
All parties showed interest in conciliation, even if a COC was simply a prop to further dialogue.
Strategic Trust, an Oil Rig and Vietnam’s Dilemma
July 17, 2014

Strategic Trust, an Oil Rig and Vietnam’s Dilemma

By Nguyen Huu Tuc
Vietnam is forced to decide between territorial integrity and its relationship with China.

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