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US-Vietnam Defense Relations Under Trump Get a Boost With First Aircraft Carrier Visit
August 09, 2017

US-Vietnam Defense Relations Under Trump Get a Boost With First Aircraft Carrier Visit

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The move represents yet another step forward for security ties under the Trump administration amid lingering concerns.
US, Vietnam Kick Off First Naval Engagement Activity in Trump Era
July 06, 2017

US, Vietnam Kick Off First Naval Engagement Activity in Trump Era

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Washington and Hanoi begin the 8th iteration of their NEA in the latest sign of a deepening defense relationship.

US-Vietnam Defense Ties in the Spotlight with Warship in Cam Ranh
June 13, 2017

US-Vietnam Defense Ties in the Spotlight with Warship in Cam Ranh

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A LCS visit is just the latest in a series of steps both sides have taken in enhancing their security relationship.

US-Vietnam Ties Under Trump in the Spotlight with Premier’s Visit
May 31, 2017

US-Vietnam Ties Under Trump in the Spotlight with Premier’s Visit

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s trip to Washington is testament to Vietnam’s enduring importance as an emerging partner for the United States.

US Gives Vietnam Coast Guard a Boost Ahead of Premier’s Visit
May 30, 2017

US Gives Vietnam Coast Guard a Boost Ahead of Premier’s Visit

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Move comes days before Vietnam’s prime minister visits the White House.  
US Delivers Six Patrol Vessels to Vietnam in Defense Boost
May 25, 2017

US Delivers Six Patrol Vessels to Vietnam in Defense Boost

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Handover indicates expanding security collaboration between the two partners is continuing under Trump.

Why Trump Should Go to APEC and EAS in Vietnam and the Philippines
April 01, 2017

Why Trump Should Go to APEC and EAS in Vietnam and the Philippines

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The strategic case is quite compelling. 
Why Obama Blinked on Rights in Vietnam
May 26, 2016

Why Obama Blinked on Rights in Vietnam

By Shawn W. Crispin
The administration has rewarded one the region's least democratic regimes without much progress on rights to show for it.

Japan and the United States Renew Commitments to Maritime Security
December 28, 2013

Japan and the United States Renew Commitments to Maritime Security

By Carl Thayer
The U.S. and Japan have taken to strengthening their alliances across Southeast Asia.

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