The Price of Beijing's Vaccine Diplomacy in Southeast Asia

Voice of America

With few options for obtaining doses, many of the countries China is targeting may mute their objections to Beijing’s policies on issues such as the contested South China Sea


Vietnam’s Economy Seen as Hopeful Despite Coronavirus Surge

Voice of America

Though normal commerce has screeched to a near halt in Da Nang, Vietnam, residents and observers have expressed confidence in the government's response.


After Nearly Erasing Covid-19, Vietnam Grapples With a Spike

Voice of America

Vietnam has fewer than 500 cases and no deaths, but a recent spike of 19 cases has compelled the government to seal off Danang, a tourism hub.


Vietnam’s Public Loudspeaker System: A Means of Communication to Combat Covid-19

New Mandala

War era loudspeakers in Vietnam have taken on a new public health role during Covid-19.


How Did Vietnam Become Biggest Nation Without Coronavirus Deaths?

Voice of America

Vietnam's drastic and early action allowed it to head off a full-blown calamity, becoming the biggest nation by population to report no deaths from Covid-19.


Why Hong Kong’s History With Vietnamese Refugees Matters in Its Struggle Now

The Conversation

Between 1975 and 1997, almost 200,000 Vietnamese sought refuge in Hong Kong. Tens of thousands were held in Hong Kong camps, often for years, waiting for their asylum claims to be processed. Vietnamese struggling for their dignity helped bring about Hong Kong's habeas corpus protections.


Coronavirus Turns Vietnam from Recipient to Donor

Voice of America

Vietnam donates medical supplies to richer nations despite smaller economy.


China’s Water Ambitions May Leave Neighbors Dry

Will Peyton

China's extensive dam projects are drying up rivers, often leaving neighboring countries in the dust with little to bargain.


Vietnam Confronts China’s Maritime Interference

East Asia Forum

Vietnam has publicly condemned China’s increasingly aggressive maritime intrusion on several occasions while its ASEAN partners are pursuing quiet diplomacy.


Taipei Court Dismisses Lawsuit Filed by 8,000 Vietnam Marine Disaster Victims

Global Voices

Human rights and environmental lawyers slammed the Taiwanese court for disregarding Vietnam's human rights situation for the 2016 marine disaster case.

Copyright © 2023 TNL Mediagene