Vietnam dissent: A look through the generations

On June 25, 2020, Han-Nom researcher Tran Khue, a well-known dissident passed away in Saigon, a number of democracy activists and human rights in Vietnam shared their views on the power and prospects of democracy, human rights and civil society…
Vietnam: Outlook for Multi-party democracy

Already 45 years after April 30, 1975, when the country reunified, facing great changes in the world order and many expected changes in the perception of humanity after the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers continue to discuss the Vietnam War, the issue…
“Rubber-stamp parliament” is hindering Vietnam’s economy

According to recent comments in the international media, the weak legislative capacity adversely affects the market economy in Vietnam Vietnam’s Law on Organization of the National Assembly of is being discussed, there is a proposal to give 5% of the…