2021

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
Religion
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] [https://www.luatkhoa.org/2021/09/ton-giao-thang-8-2021-su-sai-phat-tu-tinh-soc-trang-khong-chi-tu-ma-con-phai-dam-bao-an-ninh-trat-tu/#0-b%C3%A0n-tay-ch%C3%ADnh-quy%E1%BB%81n] * Soc Trang Province: using Buddhist monks to maintain security [https://www.luatkhoa.org/2021/09/ton-giao-thang-8-2021-su-sai-phat-tu-tinh-soc-trang-khong-chi-tu-ma-con-phai-dam-bao-an-ninh-trat-tu/#1-t%E1%BB%89nh-s%C3%B3c-tr%C4%83ng-d%C3%B9ng-s%C6%

thereporter
thereporter
Religion
2011-2021: Ten Years Of Social Changes In Vietnam

2011-2021: Ten Years Of Social Changes In Vietnam
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The 2011 Anti-China Social Movement had ended after more than three months of roughly weekly demonstrations, and despite the spontaneous nature of its inception, the movement had brought about significant social change to Vietnam. A reflection on this event is worth it for two reasons: to understand how the movement

Jason Nguyen
Politics
2021: Vietnam Statistics & Data

2021: Vietnam Statistics & Data
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The Vietnamese Magazine introduces some of this year's data and statistics for Vietnam, demonstrating what we think to be our top social issues of this past year. It is our last article of 2021, a year that may not be so great for independent journalism in the country. Nonetheless, we

The Vietnamese Magazine
The Vietnamese Magazine
News
New Research: Vietnam Remains “Not Free” On Internet Freedom, Freedom House Says

New Research: Vietnam Remains “Not Free” On Internet Freedom, Freedom House Says
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Internet freedom in Vietnam has always been at the mercy of state censorship and strict government control. Journalists, bloggers, and activists face the genuine risk of harassment by state forces and even imprisonment. On September 21, 2021, Freedom House, a US-based organization founded to support and defend democracy worldwide, released

Aerolyne Reed
Aerolyne Reed
Internet Freedom