Vietnam will tighten online advertising from abroad

From September 15, 2021, online information sites including social networks such as Facebook, Google, YouTube will have to remove advertising content within 24 hours if it is determined violating Vietnam’s laws by the Ministry of Information and Communications. That is…
Vietnam: Stop silencing independent voices ahead of elections

Article 19, May 20, 2021 The recent arrests of independent candidates running in the upcoming National Assembly election, apparently in reprisal for their social media activity, underscores the intolerance that the Vietnamese government has for critical voices, said ARTICLE 19.…
Will strengthening “totalitarian party” promote Vietnam’s reform?

After the 12th National Congress of the ruling Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) in 2016, the “totalitarian” function of the party is being strengthened and has a clear trend. How does this change affect Vietnam’s commitment to “continue reform.” “Totalitarian…
Will Vietnam carry out second reform and on political affairs?

The Diplomat on April 15 had an article titled “Vietnam’s Great Debate over Democracy.” The content mentioned that the Vietnamese Government needs to carry out the second political reform so the country can resolve internal ideological conflicts and make a…