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Reunification Without Reconciliation: A Glimpse Into The Social Conflicts And Integration Process In Postwar Vietnam

Reunification Without Reconciliation: A Glimpse Into The Social Conflicts And Integration Process In Postwar Vietnam
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As April comes to a close, public discussions on the fall of Saigon and the new government’s integration policy that followed have turned into a heated debate that usually results in a fierce crossfire of opinions, both inside and outside of Vietnam. The scenes of North Vietnamese tanks rolling

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Politics
Land Conflicts In Vietnam: Causes, Effects, And Solutions

Land Conflicts In Vietnam: Causes, Effects, And Solutions
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Background Since the adoption of robust economic reforms in the early 1990s, more commonly known as Doi Moi [https://www.thevietnamese.org/2021/12/the-vietnamese-communist-regime-35-years-since-doi-moi-reform/] , [1] Vietnam has transformed itself from a war-torn Soviet-style economy into what we know today as one of the region’s most promising rising

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Human Rights
Serbian NGOs Alleged Vietnamese Laborers’ Rights At Chinese Tire Manufacturer In Serbia Are Violated

Serbian NGOs Alleged Vietnamese Laborers’ Rights At Chinese Tire Manufacturer In Serbia Are Violated
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* Last week, several Serbian news agencies and NGOs working against human trafficking and labor exploitation reported on alleged human trafficking of migrant Vietnamese laborers working at a construction site for the Chinese tire manufacturer Shandong Linglong Tire. * The reports claimed that around 500 Vietnamese laborers working on the construction of

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