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US-Vietnam Relations: From Reconciliation to a Relationship of Substance
September 20, 2021

US-Vietnam Relations: From Reconciliation to a Relationship of Substance

By Le Hong Hiep
Reconciliation has happened through different measures and in different forms, ranging from efforts to heal wartime wounds to moves aimed at building mutual trust and respect.

Washington’s Challenge in Southeast Asia: The View From Vietnam
September 08, 2021

Washington’s Challenge in Southeast Asia: The View From Vietnam

By Ngo Minh Tri
The challenge for Washington is that countries like Vietnam are reluctant to sacrifice their relations with either China or the United States.
US-Vietnam Relations in 2021: ‘Comprehensive,’ But Short of ‘Strategic’
August 20, 2021

US-Vietnam Relations in 2021: ‘Comprehensive,’ But Short of ‘Strategic’

By Hong Kong Nguyen and Pham Muoi Nguyen
Every step Vietnam takes toward the United States is accompanied by anxious glances in the direction of Beijing.

Vietnam, US Reach Accord on Alleged Currency Manipulation
July 20, 2021

Vietnam, US Reach Accord on Alleged Currency Manipulation

By Sebastian Strangio
Vietnam came under mounting U.S. pressure under the Trump administration over the alleged devaluation of its currency.

Shades of South Vietnam in US Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan
May 10, 2021

Shades of South Vietnam in US Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan

By Luke Hunt
The impending U.S. withdrawal could leave Afghanistan vulnerable to a fresh takeover by the Taliban.

US Won’t Penalize Vietnam, Despite ‘Unreasonable’ Currency Practices
January 19, 2021

US Won’t Penalize Vietnam, Despite ‘Unreasonable’ Currency Practices

By Sebastian Strangio
In a short statement, the U.S. Trade Representative bats the trade dispute into the Biden administration’s court.

What Does Vietnam Want from the US in the South China Sea?
January 04, 2021

What Does Vietnam Want from the US in the South China Sea?

By Derek Grossman
Despite seeking a balance between the superpowers, Vietnam desires more robust security ties with Washington.
Vietnam’s Balancing Act Between Biden and Trump
December 10, 2020

Vietnam’s Balancing Act Between Biden and Trump

By Du Nhat Dang
Hanoi has had to tread carefully during a fraught period of transition in Washington.

Alleging Currency Manipulation, US Slaps Duties on Vietnamese Vehicle Tires
November 06, 2020

Alleging Currency Manipulation, US Slaps Duties on Vietnamese Vehicle Tires

By Sebastian Strangio
While relatively minor, the duty runs counter to the administration's assiduous attempts to build a regional coalition to stand up to China.

What Will Vietnam Look for From the Next U.S. Administration?
October 30, 2020

What Will Vietnam Look for From the Next U.S. Administration?

By Hanh Nguyen
Vietnam hopes for more nuanced, multidimensional U.S. engagement as it seeks to enhance its strategic autonomy.

Secretary Pompeo’s Visit to Hanoi: What To Expect
October 29, 2020

Secretary Pompeo’s Visit to Hanoi: What To Expect

By Le Hong Hiep
The last-minute stop in Vietnam is designed to consolidate recent strategic gains as both nations stare down a more assertive China.
US Launches Investigation into Currency Manipulation by Vietnam
October 07, 2020

US Launches Investigation into Currency Manipulation by Vietnam

By Sebastian Strangio
Targeting Vietnam will be counter-productive to Washington's broader strategic objectives in Southeast Asia.

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