HRW calls on Japan’s PM to raise human rights when visiting Vietnam

Human Rights Watch (HRW) on October 18 called on Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to “put pressure” on the Vietnamese government during his first visit here for Hanoi to “improve its human rights record.” Prime Minister Suga officially visited Vietnam…
About the real socialist path for Vietnam

Karl Marx is considered an influential scholar, although many of the communist regimes that followed his doctrine have ceased to exist. In the past few weeks, while preparing for the 13th National Congress, both political-ideological leaders of the Communist Party…
Possibility of war breaking out in the South China Sea

Dr. Le Thu Huong, a senior researcher of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, commented on Vietnam-China relations in the context of increasing tensions in the East Sea (South China Sea), without eliminating the risk of military conflict in the sea.…
Magnisky Act and sanctions against human rights abuses in Vietnam?

Several observers of politics and human rights comment to the BBC on how international, including the European Union and the US, has more effective sanctions on human rights violations in Vietnam. The Magnitsky Act on human rights sanctions can become…