Pham Doan Trang Named As One In Three 2022 Martin Ennals Laureates

Pham Doan Trang Named As One In Three 2022 Martin Ennals Laureates
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January 19, 2022: Pham Doan Trang has been named as one of the three laureates of the 2022 Martin Ennals Award today in Geneva, Switzerland. This year, the Martin Ennals Award recognized three laureates, Pham Doan Trang, Dr. Daouda Diallo (Burkina Faso), and Abdul-Hadi Al-Khawaja (Bahrain), celebrating three galvanizers of

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January 19, 1974: The Paracels Maritime Battle

January 19, 1974: The Paracels Maritime Battle
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What happened?On this day, in 1974, Chinese and then-Republic of Vietnam (RVN) navies clashed [1] with one another in close-proximity maneuvers off the islands of the Paracel archipelago. The incident happened after the South Vietnamese army discovered the presence of the Chinese People’s Liberation (PLA) Army in the

Jason Nguyen
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China’s Questionable Extradition Policies And What They Mean For Vietnam

China’s Questionable Extradition Policies And What They Mean For Vietnam
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When Xi Jinping became president of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 2012, he brought with him undeniable economic rejuvenation for his country alongside an increasing clampdown on freedoms and an ongoing war on corruption within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Under the guise of government reform, his

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Vietnam Briefing: Vietnam’s Bleak Human Rights Situation At The Beginning Of 2022

Vietnam Briefing: Vietnam’s Bleak Human Rights Situation At The Beginning Of 2022
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The Vietnam Briefing, which is released every Monday morning Vietnam time, looks at Vietnam’s social and political developments of the past week. Former Vietnamese journalist jailed for 4 years under “tax evasion” charges On January 11, 2022, the Hanoi People’s Court convicted Mai Phan Loi for“committing tax

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Vietnam’s Chain Of Arrests, Illegal Detentions, And Prosecutions

Vietnam’s Chain Of Arrests, Illegal Detentions, And Prosecutions
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Vietnam welcomes 2022 burdened with the baggage of prior years, with its lauded COVID-19 pandemic measures buckling under the strain of the new Delta and Omicron variants coupled with mounting international pressure from the United Nations and other concerned organizations. The country’s downward decline in 2021, in terms of

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Aerolyne Reed
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Five Religious Issues In 2021 That Vietnam Doesn't Want You To Know About

Five Religious Issues In 2021 That Vietnam Doesn't Want You To Know About
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The government has increasingly performed as the only religious association for all the religions in Vietnam.

Lee Nguyen
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Mai Phan Loi: Former Vietnamese Journalist Jailed For 4 Years

Mai Phan Loi: Former Vietnamese Journalist Jailed For 4 Years
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On January 11, 2022, the Hanoi People’s Court held a trial for Mai Phan Loi, a former journalist and founder of a nonprofit organization, over “tax evasion” charges. The court sentenced the former journalist to a total of 48 months in jail on the same day. He was also

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Religion Bulletin, August 2021: Monks In Soc Trang Province Not Only Have To Practice Their Religion, But Must Also Maintain Security, Order

Religion Bulletin, August 2021: Monks In Soc Trang Province Not Only Have To Practice Their Religion, But Must Also Maintain Security, Order
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Religion Bulletin, August 2021: [The Government’s Reach]Soc Trang Province: using Buddhist monks to maintain securityMembers of the Government Committee for Religious Affairs head south to manage religion[Religion 360*]Catholic priests, monks help provide care for COVID-19 patients[New Religions]Government Committee for Religious Affairs: Vietnam “ready to

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