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mercredi 6 novembre 2019

Vietnam punishes Volkswagen for car with disputed China map

Vietnam will fine Volkswagen AG’s local distributor and an importer for showcasing a car with a navigation app reflecting Chinese territorial claims rejected by Hanoi.

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dimanche 3 novembre 2019

Vietnam told China to get out of Its waters. Beijing’s response: no, you get out.

South China Sea was site of monthslong standoff with a Chinese oil-and-gas survey ship; Beijing accused of trying to impose its rules over region

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jeudi 24 octobre 2019

Chinese ship heads away from Vietnam after disputed surveys in South China Sea

A Chinese oil survey vessel that has been embroiled in a tense standoff with Vietnamese vessels in the South China Sea left Vietnamese-controlled waters on Thursday after more than three months, marine data showed.

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samedi 19 octobre 2019

Invading Vietnam’s waters: China’s push gets Hanoi to contemplate the unthinkable: an alliance with the US

Relentless Chinese pressure may be forcing Vietnam to consider the hitherto unthinkable – an alliance with the US.

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lundi 14 octobre 2019

Vietnam pulls 'Abominable' film over South China Sea map

Animation film pulled over scene that shows map with China's unilaterally declared 'nine-dash line' of South China Sea.

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samedi 12 octobre 2019

As coastguard boats circle, Vietnam prepares for bigger challenge in South China Sea

Vietnamese president calls on country to be ready for all possibilities in the disputed waters

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vendredi 11 octobre 2019

Vietnam a lonely island of resistance to China

Hanoi has deftly deployed a three-pronged strategy to counter and deter Beijing’s drive to control the South China Sea

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jeudi 10 octobre 2019

Defeat : In 1979, Vietnam gave China's army a beating

Neither country really won but Beijing did not trounce Hanoi as it had expected to.

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samedi 5 octobre 2019

Vietnam accuses Chinese vessel of violating its sovereign rights

Vietnam has accused a Chinese oil-surveying vessel and its coast guard escorts of territorial violations by widening their activities after entering the country's exclusive economic zone and operating within offshore blocks for three months.

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jeudi 26 septembre 2019

Forgotten war : how China was crushed by Vietnam in a 1979 conflict

Beijing and Hanoi released wildly contradictory claims regarding the casualties in the war. External studies estimate around 26,000 PLA killed in action and around 30 to 35,000 Vietnamese troops.

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Vietnam confronts China, alone

Hanoi has not found as much support as it hoped for despite its bold confrontation of Beijing in the South China Sea.

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vendredi 6 septembre 2019

Why China is picking a fight with Vietnam

Analysts see Vietnam as China’s preferred ‘warm-up fight’ before a bigger battle with the US in the South China Sea

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lundi 2 septembre 2019

South China Sea: Vietnam begs for international help as Beijing continues island grab

China is driving Vietnam into America’s arms by ignoring Hanoi’s concerns that “serious developments” in the South China Sea have increased tensions between the two nations

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vendredi 30 août 2019

The tiny islands that could explode the China-Vietnam relationship

"Belong to Vietnam!" call back about 30 schoolchildren, even louder. Their chant echoes through the three-story Paracel Islands Museum in Da Nang, which officials say cost the Vietnamese government $1.8 million to build.

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dimanche 25 août 2019

Is China blocking Vietnam’s access To $2.5 Trillion in oil & gas?

The United States has accused China of interfering with oil and gas drilling operations off the coast of Vietnam in the disputed waters of the South China Sea. This is the latest indication that bilateral relations have a long way to go before they are mended.

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dimanche 18 août 2019

Vietnam demands Chinese ship leave disputed waters as end of fishing ban threatens to inflame tensions

Vietnam protests against ‘repeated Chinese violations’ from surveyors as fishing fleets head for contested waters around the Paracel Islands and the Scarborough Shoal Presence of survey vessel in oil-rich waters has already triggered a month-long stand-off between the two sides

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mercredi 14 août 2019

Chinese survey ship returns to disputed waters claimed by Vietnam

Presence last month of Haiyang Dizhi 8 survey ship in waters around Spratly Islands also drew protest from Hanoi.

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dimanche 11 août 2019

Two women arrested in Vietnam seven years after selling girls to China

The Nghe An Province police have arrested two women after two teenage girls they allegedly trafficked to China in 2012 returned recently to Vietnam.

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vendredi 9 août 2019

Vietnam says Chinese ship has left its waters

A Chinese survey ship embroiled in a tense month-long stand-off with Vietnamese vessels has left Vietnam's continental shelf, the South-east Asian nation's Foreign Ministry confirmed yesterday.

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mercredi 7 août 2019

Vietnam takes a stand in the South China Sea

After buckling in previous confrontations, Vietnam is finally facing down Chinese expansionism in its oil and gas-rich waters

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mardi 6 août 2019

Vietnam police disperse protest at Chinese embassy over South China Sea standoff

Vietnamese police on Tuesday broke up a brief protest outside the Chinese embassy in Hanoi against Beijing’s maritime survey of an offshore block in the southeast Asian nation’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ), a Reuters witness said.

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samedi 3 août 2019

Raped, beaten and sold in China: Vietnam's kidnapped young brides

More young girls from Vietnam are ending up in forced marriages in China, where the gender imbalance has created a demand for foreign brides, as Insight discovers.

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vendredi 2 août 2019

Vietnam’s strange ally in its fight with China

The Russian oil giant Rosneft is quietly backing Hanoi in its clash with Beijing.

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mardi 30 juillet 2019

Vietnam detains nearly 400 Chinese in online gambling bust

Gambling ring accused of running an online operation worth $435m in a tightly guarded urban area outside Hanoi.

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mercredi 24 juillet 2019

What’s in the new China-Vietnam South China Sea tensions ?

The new tensions reinforce existing worries about Chinese conduct in the South China Sea.

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lundi 22 juillet 2019

La Chine va déployer des troupes dans une base du Cambodge

Le Cambodge a nié avoir autorisé la Chine, son principal allié régional, à déployer des troupes dans une base navale cambodgienne, comme l'a rapporté dimanche le Wall Street Journal en évoquant un accord conclu au printemps dernier entre les deux pays et gardé secret.

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dimanche 21 juillet 2019

Vietnam calls for Chinese vessels to leave Vanguard Bank in South China Sea

It comes amid stand-off at reef in disputed Spratly Islands that began when survey vessel entered area with coastguard ships to conduct seismic research Analysts say it’s unlikely the incident will escalate into a conflict or hurt relations

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vendredi 19 juillet 2019

Is Huawei a security threat ? Vietnam isn’t taking any chances

As the world splits along U.S.-China fault lines, telecom companies in Vietnam appear to be quietly avoiding the Chinese tech giant in their 5G plans.

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mercredi 17 juillet 2019

China-Vietnam: Comrades in words, not in actions ?

While a visiting senior politician from Vietnam and her Chinese hosts talked in Beijing about the friendship and comradeship between the two communist neighbors, it was reported that their coast-guard vessels had been involved in a confrontation over a reef in the South China Sea.

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Vietnam 'safeguarding waters' in reported South China Sea standoff

Vietnam is exercising its "sovereign rights and jurisdiction in a peaceful and lawful manner", the government said on Tuesday (July 16) amid reports of a standoff between Vietnamese and Chinese naval forces in disputed waters in the South China Sea.

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