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Economic Security: Vietnam’s Cardinal Policy Goal
September 18, 2020

Economic Security: Vietnam’s Cardinal Policy Goal

By Phuong Pham
As the COVID-19 pandemic recedes, Vietnam needs to take concerted action to shore up the foundations of its economy.

Vietnam’s Antigraft Campaign Snares Another High-Ranking Victim
September 07, 2020

Vietnam’s Antigraft Campaign Snares Another High-Ranking Victim

By Sebastian Strangio
But there is more to the country’s long-running anticorruption purge than meets the eye.
Will Vietnam’s War on Corruption Heat up in 2020?
February 12, 2020

Will Vietnam’s War on Corruption Heat up in 2020?

By Hai Hong Nguyen
During a busy year, the future evolution of Hanoi’s anti-corruption efforts hangs in the balance.

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.

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.

Can Vietnam Maintain Its Economic Success?
May 27, 2017

Can Vietnam Maintain Its Economic Success?

By James Birkett
In order to keep up it remarkable progress, Vietnam will need to grapple with pervasive corruption.

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.
Another Vietnamese Blogger Jailed
March 06, 2014

Another Vietnamese Blogger Jailed

By Luke Hunt
Truong Duy Nhat was sentenced to two years behind bars for criticizing the communist government.

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