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Beyond Port Visits, US-Vietnam Relations Can Go Further
March 27, 2020

Beyond Port Visits, US-Vietnam Relations Can Go Further

By Matthew Dalton
There is ample room to expand the burgeoning U.S.-Vietnam relationship.

Prominent Vietnam Dissident Buddhist Monk Dies
February 26, 2020

Prominent Vietnam Dissident Buddhist Monk Dies

By Associated Press
Thich Quang Do, the public face of religious dissent in the country, died over the weekend.
The Retreat of the Data Localization Brigade: India, Indonesia and Vietnam
January 10, 2020

The Retreat of the Data Localization Brigade: India, Indonesia and Vietnam

By Arindrajit Basu
The protagonists of the data localization saga in all countries have been similar and the tussle has proceeded along similar lines.

Asia in 2020: Trends, Risks, and Geopolitics
December 24, 2019

Asia in 2020: Trends, Risks, and Geopolitics

By Ankit Panda
What lies ahead for the Asia-Pacific region in 2020?

What Does ASEAN’s Evolving Approach to the South China Sea Issue Mean for Vietnam?
November 01, 2019

What Does ASEAN’s Evolving Approach to the South China Sea Issue Mean for Vietnam?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Though the regional grouping continues to have difficulties on the issue, it nonetheless remains important to Hanoi’s calculations.

South China Sea: The Disputes and Southeast Asia’s Culture of International Law
October 22, 2019

South China Sea: The Disputes and Southeast Asia’s Culture of International Law

By Pham Ngoc Minh Trang
Disputes in the South China Sea are not as complicated as they may seem.

Is Vietnam’s Trong Still Going Strong?
September 27, 2019

Is Vietnam’s Trong Still Going Strong?

By David Hutt
The state of the president and communist party chief’s health could have major implications for Vietnamese politics.
Victims Left Behind in US Agent Orange Cleanup Efforts
September 26, 2019

Victims Left Behind in US Agent Orange Cleanup Efforts

By Sonya Schoenberger
Vietnamese victims have yet to receive compensation – and many live in desperate poverty.

After a China-Vietnam Standoff, Expect a Turn to the US
September 20, 2019

After a China-Vietnam Standoff, Expect a Turn to the US

By Christopher Sharman
Coercive Chinese tactics to settle South China Sea disputes serve as a catalyst for enhanced Vietnam-U.S. security cooperation.

Is Southeast Asia Winning the US-China Trade War? Not So Fast
September 05, 2019

Is Southeast Asia Winning the US-China Trade War? Not So Fast

By Alec Lei
If the U.S.-China trade war continues or worsens ASEAN countries will also experience a bumpy ride.

Middle Powers, Joining Together: The Case of Vietnam and Australia
August 31, 2019

Middle Powers, Joining Together: The Case of Vietnam and Australia

By Le Dinh Tinh and Hoang Long
Middles powers need each other more, not less, as great power competition roils the Asia-Pacific.
China’s Dominance on Display in the South China Sea
August 28, 2019

China’s Dominance on Display in the South China Sea

By Trinh Le
Beijing’s repeated provocative actions in the South China Sea leaves the region worse off.

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