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vendredi 23 juin 2017

Vietnam singer Mai Khoi adds a youthful tone to aged politics

The Vietnamese singer and activist Mai Khoi is an outspoken advocate for human rights and freedom of expression in Vietnam. After her performance at the Global Media Forum she spoke with DW about her political activism.

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lundi 19 juin 2017

Vietnam rights report highlights beatings, intimidation against critics

Vietnamese human rights bloggers and activists are being beaten and intimidated, Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Monday, as it urged the Communist government to end attacks and hold those responsible accountable.

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dimanche 18 juin 2017

Property disputes are Vietnam’s biggest political problem

The Communist party does not know how to handle them

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dimanche 21 mai 2017

Vietnam: The curious fall of a communist leader

Questions have arisen about the anti-corruption campaign that saw the first firing of a Politburo member in 21 years.

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samedi 22 octobre 2016

In Vietnam, telling the truth is criminal ‘propaganda’

This May, in a visit to Vietnam, President Obama announced he was lifting the embargo on selling lethal arms to Hanoi as part of an effort to normalize relations long after the Vietnam War.

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samedi 4 juin 2016

Vietnam's National Assembly elections plagued by biased vetting, intimidation

When Vietnam elects its National Assembly this weekend, voters will find that by and large, the choice has already been made for them.

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lundi 11 avril 2016

Vietnam : old guard, new tack

A bitter and unprecedentedly public contest for leadership of Vietnam’s all-powerful Communist party ended in late January with two-term Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung’s forced retirement.

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vendredi 8 avril 2016

Interview: Vietnam's 'other' political party

The Diplomat talks with the spokesman of Vietnam’s most prominent sanctioned political party about the country’s politics.

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jeudi 7 avril 2016

Vietnam gets new PM with tough task and big shoes to fill

Vietnam's parliament approved a new prime minister on Thursday, handing former bureaucrat and legislator Nguyen Xuan Phuc the challenge of maintaining the momentum of one of Asia's fastest-growing economies.

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samedi 2 avril 2016

Vietnam elects police chief as president

Tran Dai Quang received 436 votes from 465 assembly members who cast their votes

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lundi 21 mars 2016

In one-party Vietnam, independents vie for assembly seats

Taking the stage here on Friday, the singer-songwriter Mai Khoi launched into her hit song “Vietnam,” an optimistic ode to the country’s landscape and people.

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jeudi 17 mars 2016

Pop star among dissidents testing the limits of Vietnam’s ‘democracy’

Pink-haired pop star Mai Khoi, dubbed Vietnam’s Lady Gaga for her risque outfits, has found a new way to shock: running for parliament along with a motley crew of dissidents and activists testing the limits of the authoritarian nation.

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jeudi 28 janvier 2016

The old guard retakes control in Vietnam

Reform-minded Prime Minister Dung is on his way out.

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Vietnam party boss says tough job ahead for new, expanded leadership

Vietnam's Communist Party unveiled a new politburo on Thursday with 12 newcomers and members of the controversial outgoing premier's cabinet, expanding the leadership of a party facing a "heavy" workload of economic reforms.

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mercredi 27 janvier 2016

Vietnam maintains course as general secretary reappointed

Nguyen Phu Trong to serve second term as Vietnam looks to counter China’s growing influence

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mardi 26 janvier 2016

Power struggle in Vietnam concludes

Delegates attending the 12th national congress of Vietnam's ruling Communist Party have selected a list of candidates for positions in the Central Committee. The party conservatives have reinforced their dominance.

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lundi 25 janvier 2016

Vietnam Prime Minister withdraws from contest for party chief

The incumbent leader of Vietnam’s Communist Party is set to retain his position after the nation’s prime minister withdrew from the contest to lead the party on Monday after a power struggle that played out in part on social media.

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Vietnam PM makes last-minute comeback in leadership battle

Vietnam's pro-business prime minister, who last week appeared to have lost a power struggle in the ruling Communist Party, has made a last-minute comeback and will know Monday if he can re-enter the contest for the top job in the country.

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dimanche 24 janvier 2016

Vietnam's progressive PM not nominated for party leadership

Top decision-makers in Vietnam's ruling Communist Party have agreed on one nomination for each of the country's four key leadership posts, a top official said on Sunday, a line-up that excludes the country's powerful prime minister.

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samedi 23 janvier 2016

Is China interfering in Vietnam’s politics with Its South China Sea moves ?

Some say Beijing is trying to influence the outcome of the Communist Party congress in Vietnam.

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jeudi 21 janvier 2016

Vietnam tensions loom large as Communist party congress begins

Vietnam’s ruling Communist party is preparing to select its next leaders at its five-yearly congress, amid tensions over China, the economy and the pace of political reform.

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mercredi 20 janvier 2016

3 Things You Need to Know About Vietnam’s Communist Party Congress

A contest of political factions could have international consequences

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lundi 18 janvier 2016

Vietnam faces last-minute maneuvering for Communist Party leadership

Soon after becoming the American ambassador to Vietnam in 2007, Michael W. Michalak approached Nguyen Tan Dung, the country’s new prime minister, at a gala dinner and mentioned that human rights were among the American government’s highest priorities in Vietnam.

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samedi 16 janvier 2016

Who Will Lead Vietnam ?

Between January 20 and 28, Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party is scheduled to convene its 12th national congress. The Party congress is to Vietnam in some sense what the presidential election is to the United States: It decides who the country’s next leaders will be.

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jeudi 14 janvier 2016

Vietnam’s leadership succession struggle

A pressure-packed political succession has entered its final stages.

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Vietnam’s Prime Minister likely won’t have a Job in new government

The current secretary-general is staying on in that roll, freezing out potential rise of Nguyen Tan Dung, who also faces term limit as premier

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mardi 12 janvier 2016

Extra ‘special candidates’ introduced for Vietnam’s key leadership positions

Additional ‘special candidates’ have been considered and introduced by the Vietnamese Politburo to be up for re-election for next term’s four most important posts of leadership during the final Party meeting that opened in Hanoi on Monday.

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lundi 11 janvier 2016

Vietnam’s communist party meets to elect new leadership, while confronting momentous decisions on economic reform and foreign policy

To change or not to change, that is the question for Vietnam’s communist party élites as they congregate later this month January for a momentous meeting to decide the country’s future.

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mardi 5 janvier 2016

Vietnam police urged to ensure safety during upcoming party congress

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has urged the Ministry of Public Security's Mobile Police High Command to ensure absolute safety for the country's major events, including the upcoming 12th National Party Congress, the elections of deputies to the 14th National Assembly and the People's Councils at all levels for 2016 to 2020.

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jeudi 24 décembre 2015

Vietnam’s divide: slow healing, fewer prospects for children of U.S. allies

As a graduate from one of Vietnam’s most prestigious schools, 22-year-old Cao would seem to have a bright future ahead of him — if only the past would get out of the way. He’s found his career prospects hemmed in by the lingering legacy of a war that ended nearly two decades before he was born.

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