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Peaceful Evolution Angst

May 24, 2009 HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM — The Vietnamese Communist Party, like its fraternal party in China, has identified the No. 1 threat

Nowhere safe for Vietnamese bloggers

May 4, 2009 A major leap forward for freedom of expression in Vietnam has been the rise of blogs. But this development has led to

Trade pact neither free nor fair

March 17, 2009 People don’t go skiing in Vietnam, yet Hanoi imposes taxes 40 per cent on imported ski boots, and Cambodia charges 15 per

Why Vietnam Must Remember February 17

Danger lies in forgetting a cruel war By Pham Hong Son, The Epoch Times, Feb 15, 2009 HANOI—February 17 marks the 30th anniversary day of

Where is Vietnam Headed in 2009?

January 12, 2009 The Nation The three-day Tet festival is approaching in Vietnam, the climax of a long season of celebrations that began with the

Vietnam Human Rights Act

S. 3678. A bill to promote freedom, human rights, and the rule of law in Vietnam; to the Committee on Foreign Relations. Mrs. BOXER. Mr.

Vietnam’s Religious Repression

September 4, 2008 Later this month, the U.S. State Department is due to release its annual report on international religious freedom. Recent events in Vietnam

Say a prayer for Vietnam

July 11, 2008 WASHINGTON – Days after taking up the presidency of the United Nations Security Council in a long-sought affirmation of its international standing,

Speaking Up for Vietnam

Speaking Up for Vietnam By Sara Colm, published in The New York Sun June 25, 2008 A Buddhist monk missing since authorities evicted him from