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vendredi 26 juillet 2019

Time to rethink Vietnam’s drug policies

Vietnam faces renewed threats from drug dealers who seek take advantage of Vietnam’s location to transport drugs to surrounding countries. But government moves to re-criminalise drug use risks failing to address the root causes of the problem.

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dimanche 21 juillet 2019

Will Vietnam’s Trong loosen his grip on absolute power ?

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) is preparing for its 13th Congress scheduled to be held in early 2021. Surely it will elect someone else to take over from 75-year-old Nguyen Phu Trong as general secretary.

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jeudi 30 mai 2019

Vietnam seeks to slow China inflows

Communist Party starts to question how much Chinese trade and investment Vietnam can absorb without sparking a backlash

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mardi 23 avril 2019

Is Vietnam creeping into a succession crisis ?

Health rumors aside, the big question remains who will follow in Nguyen Phu Trong’s footsteps.

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jeudi 21 mars 2019

In Vietnam, capitalism creeps up on communism

There's a reason President Donald Trump agreed on this former enemy of the United States for the location of his summit last month with North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un.

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mercredi 13 mars 2019

Vietnam’s communist party ousts historian who criticized its China policy

A prominent Vietnamese historian who criticized his government for not doing more to challenge Beijing’s territorial claims in the South China Sea has been ousted from Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party over comments he made on Facebook.

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mardi 5 mars 2019

Vietnam and the fight against corruption

Leaders recognize the threat of graft but risk losing chance to create stronger controls

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jeudi 28 février 2019

Vietnam wants western politicians, not western politics

As Hanoi welcomes Trump, it shuts down a key reformist think tank.

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jeudi 14 février 2019

Vietnam's clampdown on academic freedom

Under new rule, Vietnam is discrediting critics of the one-party state. Alexandre Sisophon reports from Hanoi on the academics and students resisting this campaign.

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dimanche 27 janvier 2019

Time for Vietnam’s next generation of clean leaders to step up

Last year marked the mid-point between Vietnam’s five yearly National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV). The eighth plenum of the CPV Central Committee met in October to initiate planning for the 13th Congress in 2021.

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lundi 21 janvier 2019

Vietnam’s political freedoms and its economic success

Vietnam has been on average the most rapidly growing economy in Southeast Asia for more than a decade. Its economic growth of 6 to 7 per cent a year over the past half-decade rivals that of China and its exports are worth just over the total value of its GDP.

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Vietnam’s Politburo clamps down

Nguyen Phu Trong and his proteges have consolidated their command of Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party and its government. Fuelled by foreign investment in manufacturing, the economy remains robust.

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dimanche 13 janvier 2019

In Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh meets H&M

Communism and Capitalism co-exist as the country makes a transition

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lundi 31 décembre 2018

Stability tests abound for Vietnam

Leader Nguyen Phu Trong will need to show his power grab is leading the nation in the right political, economic and diplomatic directions

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mardi 11 décembre 2018

Weighing up political developments in Vietnam

This year marked the mid-point between Vietnam’s five yearly National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).

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samedi 8 décembre 2018

Vietnam’s new power monopoly

Vietnam’s top leadership positions, the general secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and the president, are traditionally held by two different people.

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jeudi 29 novembre 2018

Anti-Intellectualism in Vietnam : The Case of Professor Chu Hao

Professor Chu Hao’s fate is revealing of the Communist Party’s priorities in Vietnam.

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mardi 23 octobre 2018

Vietnam parliament elects Communist Party chief as president

Vietnam’s rubber stamp National Assembly elected Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as the country’s president on Tuesday, consolidating his influence as the most powerful man in the Southeast Asian nation.

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lundi 22 octobre 2018

Vietnam's Communist Party chief set to become president

General secretary's presidential bid raises concern about political power of Nguyen Phu Trong amid corruption crackdown.

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vendredi 12 octobre 2018

Riptides in Vietnam’s top leadership

On 3 October, the secretary-general of the Vietnamese Communist Party, Nguyen Phu Trong, received overwhelming support from the party’s central committee for assuming the role of the country’s president, which has been vacant since the death of Tran Dai Quang on 21 September.

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lundi 8 octobre 2018

Is Vietnam sliding deeper into authoritarianism ?

Vietnam's Communist Party has nominated a top party leader to simultaneously hold the posts of general secretary and state president. DW spoke with a Vietnam expert about the implications of consolidated rule.

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jeudi 4 octobre 2018

A muffled cry for freedom in Vietnam

Ruling Communist Party has clamped down hard on budding pro-democracy groups, repression rights groups say is turning the country into a giant prison

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mardi 2 octobre 2018

A protest singer finds her voice in Vietnam’s police state

The taxi was weaving through evening traffic, inches from the motorbikes that were swarming it like hornets.

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Vietnam's former Communist Party Chief Do Muoi dies at 101

Former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Do Muoi, who worked against the French colonial government and became a committed communist, has died at age 101.

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jeudi 27 septembre 2018

Death of a president: no power vacuum in Vietnam

The death of Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang was unexpected by the general public: he was due to address the UN General Assembly this week, and Vietnam’s one-party system has a long tradition of keeping a veil of secrecy around the health status of its top leaders.

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lundi 24 septembre 2018

Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh becomes first female president of Vietnam

Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh will be the acting president until the National Assembly elects a new leader

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vendredi 21 septembre 2018

Vietnam's President Quang dies after 'serious illness'

Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang, one of the country’s top three leaders but with mostly ceremonial duties, died on Friday after an illness, state television and radio announced.

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mardi 7 août 2018

Reactionary ‘red flags’ tilt Vietnam to the Alt-right

Ultra-nationalist movement rails against liberals, Catholics and the United States in a rally cry for more, not less, Communist Party repression

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vendredi 27 juillet 2018

Why did Vietnam suspend a popular newspaper?

A closer look at the reasoning behind a move that has sparked headlines.

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mercredi 25 juillet 2018

Facebook and Vietnam’s new cybersecurity law

As any good activist knows, “fake news” is not only in the eye of the beholder, but also the eye of the enforcer.

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