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COVID-19 Turned Vietnam’s State-Run Union’s Greatest Weakness Into Its Biggest Strength
July 29, 2021

COVID-19 Turned Vietnam’s State-Run Union’s Greatest Weakness Into Its Biggest Strength

By Joe Buckley
The Vietnam General Confederation of Labor may be unable to fight for workers' rights, but it is well-placed to help them amid the COVID-19 crisis.
In Vietnam, Civil Society Is Picking up the Slack Where Authorities Struggle
July 28, 2021

In Vietnam, Civil Society Is Picking up the Slack Where Authorities Struggle

By Luke Hunt
Ho Chi Minh City residents say self-help is key to surviving the pandemic.

What Explains Vietnam’s Current COVID-19 Struggles?
June 15, 2021

What Explains Vietnam’s Current COVID-19 Struggles?

By Zachary Abuza
Once considered the gold standard for COVID-19 response, Vietnam is now battling rising infections and a glacial vaccine rollout.

Vietnam Approves Chinese COVID-19 Vaccine, Reluctantly
June 09, 2021

Vietnam Approves Chinese COVID-19 Vaccine, Reluctantly

By Sebastian Strangio
Struggling to contain an outbreak of COVID-19, Vietnam's communist government swallows its pride.

Why Vietnam Needs to Adopt a Biological Defense Strategy
June 07, 2021

Why Vietnam Needs to Adopt a Biological Defense Strategy

By Phuong Pham
Despite its initial success, COVID-19 has revealed Vietnam's lack of preparedness for biological threats.
COVID-19 Continues to Spread in Vietnam’s North
May 20, 2021

COVID-19 Continues to Spread in Vietnam’s North

By Sebastian Strangio
Vietnam's outbreak highlights the fact that victories against the coronavirus are fragile and easily reversed.

COVID-19 Worries Return to Vietnam
May 13, 2021

COVID-19 Worries Return to Vietnam

By Hugh Bohane
Amidst a spike in new cases, the country is tightening restrictions in the hopes of repeating its 2020 successes against the virus.
COVID-19 Stages Another Comeback in Vietnam
May 04, 2021

COVID-19 Stages Another Comeback in Vietnam

By Sebastian Strangio
A recent spate of community transmissions is likely to delay the country's planned resumption of international tourism.

Michael Brosowski on Vietnam’s Trafficking Challenge
March 03, 2021

Michael Brosowski on Vietnam’s Trafficking Challenge

By Thoi Nguyen
Like many businesses, human traffickers quickly recalibrated to the realities of COVID-19.

Public Shaming is Terrible, But So Is Poor Journalism
October 19, 2020

Public Shaming is Terrible, But So Is Poor Journalism

By Vu Lam
The online attacks on Vietnam's "Patient 17" were disgraceful, but there is no evidence that her identity was leaked by the Vietnamese government.

Vietnam’s Public Diplomacy and the Peril of Mixed Messages
October 06, 2020

Vietnam’s Public Diplomacy and the Peril of Mixed Messages

By Vu Lam
COVID-19 has been a victory for the country’s communist party – but a taste of transparency might whet the public's appetite for more.
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.

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