Sons of Revolution: Vietnam’s New Protest Movement
By Tom Fawthrop
Hanoi’s conservative leaders are increasingly haunted by Ho Chi Minh’s legacy.
Vietnam-Cuba Military Relations in Focus With Defense Trip
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The visit of a recent high-ranking Vietnamese delegation highlighted the security aspect of ties.
The True Origin of the Term 'Viet Cong'
By Brett Reilly
Contrary to some histories, the term “Viet Cong,” like the war itself, was not a byproduct of the American presence in Vietnam.
Why Southeast Asia's 'Stabilitocracies' Endure
By David Hutt
For many, the price of instability still appears to be too high to pay for democracy to take root.
Can Vietnam’s Military Really Mind Its Own Businesses?
By Nguyen The Phuong
The debate over the military’s role in economic activities continues to rage on.
Nixon’s Retrospective on the Vietnam War
By Francis P. Sempa
The former president had much to say on Vietnam and the failed use of American power.
From Catfish to Computer Chips: There’s More Than One Vietnam for Investors
By Thomas Jandl
Some of Vietnam’s lesser known provinces offer real advantages.
Chin Peng: Hero or Criminal?
The recently deceased communist leader Chin Peng has severely divided opinion in Malaysia.
Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: A Contest for Political Legitimacy
“After promising the world to win the sympathies of the people, the victor must deliver.”