Interview with Professor Tuong Vu on the Vietnamese Communist Party: War Legacies and Future Prospects
Ninety-four years ago, on Feb. 3, 1930, the Vietnamese Communist Party (VCP) was founded. The party took Vietnam into three
[The Government’s Reach] An Giang: Pure Sect Hoa Hao Buddhists Are Banned from Organizing the Birthday of Founder Huynh
Most Venerable Thich Tue Sy passed away at 81 on Nov. 24, 2023, at Phat An Pagoda, Dong Nai Province.
These are the insights from Vietnamese residents in the Khmer Society of Cambodia.
Updates: At 8:20 am on Jan. 15, 2024, General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong attended the opening of an anomalous
As the year draws to a close, the activist community in Vietnam has been met with concerning news. Le Huu
Dong Nai, November 24, 2023 — Most Venerable Thich Tue Sy, a prominent figure in Vietnam's Buddhist community and
[The Government’s Reach] The Government Set Up Strict Procedures to Manage All Merit Money Collected from Temples in Vietnam
Hanoi, Vietnam - UN Special Rapporteur on the right to development, Surya Deva, acknowledged Vietnam's achievements in economic
Recent incidents across Vietnam highlight significant restrictions and governmental interference in religious practices, raising concerns about the state of religious freedom in the country this month.
On September 27, 2023, a collective of five international organizations expressed vehement condemnation for the arbitrary execution of Le Van
Hoang Thi Minh Hong, the former executive director of CHANGE organization, is set to stand trial for alleged tax evasion
The international community is concerned about threats to religious minorities in Vietnam.
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