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April 30 And The Lost Chapters Of Vietnam’s History

April 30 And The Lost Chapters Of Vietnam’s History
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The decision [https://vietnamnews.vn/society/1175572/moet-responds-to-plans-to-drop-history-in-schools.html] [1] from the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training to make history a subject of choice rather than part of the country’s compulsory teaching curriculum has become one of the most controversial topics in Vietnam’s online discussions over the

Jason Nguyen
Opinion-Section
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

Dat Le
Politics