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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.

Vietnam After 2016: Who Will Lead?
July 10, 2015

Vietnam After 2016: Who Will Lead?

By Chánh Công Phan
Who is most likely to emerge from the next party congress as general secretary?
Cambodia, Vietnam Vow to Boost Bilateral Ties
December 25, 2014

Cambodia, Vietnam Vow to Boost Bilateral Ties

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Vietnamese president’s state visit sees neighbors advance comprehensive cooperation

Vietnam, the US, and China: A Love Triangle?
December 18, 2013

Vietnam, the US, and China: A Love Triangle?

By Shannon Tiezzi
As part of the rebalance to Asia, the U.S. continues to woo Vietnam while China looks on.

Putin Revives Vietnam Friendship
November 14, 2013

Putin Revives Vietnam Friendship

A recent trip brings a flurry of deals, but suggests there’s more than just an economic dimension.

Vietnam Gradually Warms Up to US Military
November 06, 2013

Vietnam Gradually Warms Up to US Military

The gradual evolution of U.S.-Vietnamese political and defense ties reflects Hanoi’s caution.

Differing Priorities Challenge US-Vietnam Ties
August 15, 2013

Differing Priorities Challenge US-Vietnam Ties

The Obama Administration should make sure Congress is on board with its efforts to bolster ties with Vietnam.

US-Vietnam Ties: Time for a Rethink?
July 25, 2013

US-Vietnam Ties: Time for a Rethink?

A strategic partnership with Vietnam would both advance US interests and produce better results on human rights.

Vietnam's Search for Stability
October 25, 2012

Vietnam's Search for Stability

The Communist Party’s lack of resolve shows its desire for stability at all costs. It may be their undoing.

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