On September 27, 2023, a collective of five international organizations expressed vehement condemnation for the arbitrary execution of Le Van
The historical events that the present Vietnamese government seeks to expunge from its collective memory.
Numerous religious groups have discreetly made their way into Vietnam, each of them subject to oppression by the state.
Many projects were launched with grand ambitions, only to flop, except for a few exceptions.
The Vietnamese government's recognition of the fortune-telling profession contrasts with its simultaneous imposition of penalties on fortune tellers, citing allegations of engaging in superstitious and deviant practices.
The Vietnamese government prioritizes complete control over cyberspace rather than protecting privacy and data autonomy.
Unusual exceptions are given to foreign Buddhist sects, while Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village (Lang Mai) is still outlawed in Vietnam.
Editorial Commentary: Last month, Vietnam commenced legal proceedings against 75 suspects under Article 113 of its Penal Code, charging them
The power message prevails: anti-corruption takes a backseat.
Cultural Devastation in Post-1975 Southern Vietnam: Book Burnings, Imprisonment of Intellectuals, and Publishing Monopoly
Vietnam's recent decision to ban the Barbie movie garnered international attention, shedding light on the country's stringent censorship practices in
Securing Power or Restricting Freedom? Vietnam's Authoritarian Drive in Personal Data Digitization and Internet Governance
An infamous and grandiose project that the Vietnamese government has spent 12 years in the making.
The Lack of Supporting Evidence in the Vietnamese Government's Accusations Against the Montagnard Evangelical Church of Christ in the Central Highlands
This article was published in Luat Khoa Magazine on June 26, 2023. Lee Nguyen translated this into English. The Dak