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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 Chief Is No Xi Jinping
November 16, 2018

Vietnam's Communist Chief Is No Xi Jinping

By David Hutt
Misguided comparisons rest on a fundamental misunderstanding of the capabilities and limits of the Vietnamese Communist Party chief.
Can Laos Realize Its Coffee Dream?
July 05, 2018

Can Laos Realize Its Coffee Dream?

By Tae-jun Kang
The country is a small but determined player in this space.

What’s Behind the Demise of Vietnam’s 'Captain Sidewalk'?
January 19, 2018

What’s Behind the Demise of Vietnam’s 'Captain Sidewalk'?

By Erin Cook
A closer look at a telling development and what it means for the Southeast Asian state.

Why Vietnam’s Motorbike Ban Makes No Sense
July 07, 2017

Why Vietnam’s Motorbike Ban Makes No Sense

By Luke Hunt
Hanoi’s proposed measure is unlikely to solve the city’s congestion problems.

Vietnamese Rapper Nah’s Not-So-Veiled Regime Critique
August 07, 2015

Vietnamese Rapper Nah’s Not-So-Veiled Regime Critique

By Helen Clark
A rapper takes a verbal sledgehammer to life and the authorities in his native Vietnam.

Vietnam’s Tale of Two Cities
October 24, 2014

Vietnam’s Tale of Two Cities

By Elisabeth Rosen
Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi embody a larger struggle in Vietnam between traditional culture and modernity.
Scientists: The Saigon River Is Dying
November 30, 2013

Scientists: The Saigon River Is Dying

By Luke Hunt
Current wastewater management infrastructure can’t even begin to treat staggering levels of pollution.

Hanoi’s Mixed Signals: A State of Flux
October 04, 2013

Hanoi’s Mixed Signals: A State of Flux

Vietnam’s official narrative is sending mixed signals on things from the environment to the coffee business.

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