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Vietnam’s Approach to China: Bamboo Diplomacy With Neo-tributary Characteristics
November 12, 2022

Vietnam’s Approach to China: Bamboo Diplomacy With Neo-tributary Characteristics

By Alexander L. Vuving
Vietnam Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong's recent visit to Beijing was meant to assure China, but didn't signal any change in Hanoi's basic approach toward its northern neighbor.

Does Ideology Matter in Vietnam’s Foreign Policy?
November 10, 2022

Does Ideology Matter in Vietnam’s Foreign Policy?

By Nguyen Cao Viet Hung
In matters of national security and national interests, Vietnamese leaders are pragmatists.
Hanoi’s Beijing Syndrome
November 04, 2022

Hanoi’s Beijing Syndrome

By Duy Hoang
The “Vietnamese street” and especially the activist community is known to be anti-China, but the Vietnamese Communist Party is keen to cultivate closer ties.

Nguyen Phu Trong’s Trip Highlights Special Relationship Between China and Vietnam
October 29, 2022

Nguyen Phu Trong’s Trip Highlights Special Relationship Between China and Vietnam

By Nian Peng
The timing of Trong’s visit sends a strong signal that Vietnam is not going to side with the U.S. against China.

Vietnam’s Communist Party Chief to Visit China Next Week
October 26, 2022

Vietnam’s Communist Party Chief to Visit China Next Week

By Sebastian Strangio
Nguyen Phu Trong will become the first foreign leader to meet with Xi Jinping since he won a precedent-breaking third term as party head.

Why Won’t Vietnam Teach the History of the Sino-Vietnamese War?
February 09, 2022

Why Won’t Vietnam Teach the History of the Sino-Vietnamese War?

By Travis Vincent
Vietnam is reluctant to include the 1979 conflict in history textbooks, continuing a decades-long silence.

China and the US: Who Has More Influence in Vietnam?
May 21, 2021

China and the US: Who Has More Influence in Vietnam?

By Mengzhen Xia and Dingding Chen
According to the latest Asian Barometer Survey, China has more influence – but a less positive image – in Vietnam compared to United States.
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.

Behind Vietnam’s COVID-19 Response, Deep Distrust of China
May 14, 2020

Behind Vietnam’s COVID-19 Response, Deep Distrust of China

By Bac Pham and Bennett Murray
Despite public health cooperation, analysts say the Vietnamese Communist Party has little trust in the word of its Chinese counterparts.

Offensive Cyber Capabilities and Public Health Intelligence: Vietnam, APT32, and COVID-19
April 24, 2020

Offensive Cyber Capabilities and Public Health Intelligence: Vietnam, APT32, and COVID-19

By Ankit Panda
A suspected Vietnamese state-backed cyber campaign targeted Chinese health authorities.

Making Sense of China’s Latest Bid to Administer Sovereignty in the South China Sea
April 21, 2020

Making Sense of China’s Latest Bid to Administer Sovereignty in the South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
New additions to ‘Sansha’ City and a naming exercise for submerged features are the latest in Beijing’s sovereignty-seeking toolkit.
Vietnam Needs to ‘Struggle’ More in the South China Sea
November 15, 2019

Vietnam Needs to ‘Struggle’ More in the South China Sea

By Derek Grossman
Assessing Hanoi’s strategy after the Vanguard Bank standoff with China.

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