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Vietnam’s Big Air Pollution Challenge
March 30, 2020

Vietnam’s Big Air Pollution Challenge

By Thang Nam Do
Bold action is needed to address the country’s problem.

Vietnam’s Communist Party Finds a Silver Lining in COVID-19
March 28, 2020

Vietnam’s Communist Party Finds a Silver Lining in COVID-19

By Mai Truong
The coronavirus outbreak provides a unique opportunity for the Communist Party of Vietnam to strengthen its legitimacy.
Another Vietnam Politburo Purge?
January 16, 2020

Another Vietnam Politburo Purge?

By David Hutt
A closer look at one of the storylines developing within Vietnamese politics ahead of next year’s National Congress.

Anti-Intellectualism in Vietnam: The Case of Professor Chu Hao
November 29, 2018

Anti-Intellectualism in Vietnam: The Case of Professor Chu Hao

By Cu Huy Ha Vu
Professor Chu Hao's fate is revealing of the Communist Party's priorities in Vietnam.

Meet Vietnam's New President: The Communist Party Chief
October 23, 2018

Meet Vietnam's New President: The Communist Party Chief

By Cù Huy Ha Vu
A dual-hatted Nguyen Phu Trong provides renewed strength to the Vietnamese state.

Vietnam: Dawn of the SEZs
July 24, 2018

Vietnam: Dawn of the SEZs

By Nguyen Minh Quang
A look back at the past failures, and challenging present, of Vietnam’s huge economic gamble.

The Beginning of a Political Doi Moi? Takeaways From the VCP’s Seventh Plenum
May 15, 2018

The Beginning of a Political Doi Moi? Takeaways From the VCP’s Seventh Plenum

By Nicholas Chapman
The Vietnam Communist Party steps up efforts to reform its inner workings.
Vietnam’s Seventh Plenum: What to Watch
May 01, 2018

Vietnam’s Seventh Plenum: What to Watch

By David Hutt
Some key items to look for at a significant upcoming political event.

Is Vietnam Going the Way of China?
February 22, 2018

Is Vietnam Going the Way of China?

By Nguyen Khac Giang
The Communist Party of Vietnam seems, in some ways, to be following the path laid down by Beijing.

Will Vietnam’s Communist Party Ever Change Its Ways?
February 20, 2018

Will Vietnam’s Communist Party Ever Change Its Ways?

By David Hutt
Vietnam is an interesting case study in the question of whether communist parties can truly reform from within.

Vietnam: The Curious Fall of a Communist Leader
May 16, 2017

Vietnam: The Curious Fall of a Communist Leader

By Bennett Murray and Bac Pham
Questions have arisen about the anti-corruption campaign that saw the first firing of a Politburo member in 21 years.
Vietnam's Religious Law: Testing the Faithful
January 12, 2017

Vietnam's Religious Law: Testing the Faithful

By Luke Hunt
Vietnam's new Law on Belief and Religion sparks worry about freedom of religion in the communist country.

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