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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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dimanche 8 juillet 2018

A democratic revolution has just begun in Vietnam

Massive but orderly protests across the country hint at the beginning of the end of Communist Party rule

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mercredi 27 juin 2018

What is fueling social unrest in Vietnam ?

The detention of an American citizen in Vietnam, arrested while participating in a protest in Ho Chi Minh City, has again drawn international media attention to social unrest in this fast-growing nation of close to 100 million.

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lundi 25 juin 2018

Vietnam becomes connected

Is Vietnam at a crossroads between cyber security and right to privacy ?

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mercredi 20 juin 2018

In Vietnam, discontent lurks under surface of economic success

Vietnam boasts one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, optimistic citizens and a stable government. But below the surface of positive data points lies discontent that spilled over during recent protests across the country.

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lundi 30 avril 2018

Vietnam’s trong cleans out the Party

Vietnam’s General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong looks like a genial grandpa but he’s tough as nails.

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dimanche 15 avril 2018

Vietnam is systematically snuffing out voices of dissent

Five years ago, lawyer Nguyen Van Dai became co-founder of a pro-democracy group in Vietnam called Brotherhood for Democracy, which was intended to underscore a fresh approach to activism.

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vendredi 6 avril 2018

Vietnam jails six activists for up to 15 years for trying to 'overthrow state’

Group accused of carrying out human rights training and pushing for multi-party democracy

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dimanche 18 mars 2018

Vietnam scores low on global ranking of talent attraction

The country benefits from political stability and vibrant social networks, but technology and research spending are limited.

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Vietnam's reformist ex-PM Phan Van Khai dies at age 84

Former Vietnamese premier Phan Van Khai, who helped strengthen ties with the US and drive market reforms that ignited the communist country's economy, died on Saturday aged 84, the government said.

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dimanche 11 mars 2018

Vietnam’s aged communists ruling on borrowed time

Concerns about the longevity of elderly leaders and youthful demographic change weigh heavy on the long-ruling Communist Party

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jeudi 22 février 2018

Is Vietnam going the way of China?

The Communist Party of Vietnam seems, in some ways, to be following the path laid down by Beijing.

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lundi 22 janvier 2018

Vietnam jails former PetroVietnam official for life, another for 13 years

A court in Vietnam sentenced one former official from state oil and gas group PetroVietnam to life in prison and another to 13 years on Monday for embezzlement and violating state rules amid a widespread corruption crackdown, state media said.

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vendredi 19 janvier 2018

What’s behind the demise of Vietnam’s 'captain sidewalk' ?

A closer look at a telling development and what it means for the Southeast Asian state.

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dimanche 31 décembre 2017

The drive to recentralize Vietnam

The Communist Party is reasserting central command in a reversal of the doi moi reforms that allowed for free markets and limited local democracy

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mercredi 27 décembre 2017

Drinking in Hanoi: alcohol and politics in Vietnam

A man is stood in a half-mile long queue outside a shop on the outskirts of Moscow waiting to buy some vodka.

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Vietnam combats corruption with iron hand

As early as 2006, the Communist Party of Vietnam considered corruption as "one of the biggest threats to the existence of our party and regime."

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lundi 4 décembre 2017

Farewell comrade: Why communist China and Vietnam are drifting apart

Political liberalisation by Hanoi is improving its relationship with the United States and Asian democracies like Japan, India and Taiwan – guess how that’s going down with Beijing

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samedi 7 octobre 2017

Vietnam sacks top communist official

The communist party chief of one of Vietnam's largest cities was fired on Friday (Oct 6) for violating party rules, the government said, part of the country's massive anti-corruption sweep targeting political heavyweights and executives.

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mardi 29 août 2017

Vietnam president appears in public for first time in more than a month

Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang appeared in public for the first time in more than a month on Monday, ending an absence from the political scene that triggered online speculation about his health and position.

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