Corruption

Vietnam Briefing: Vietnam’s Human Rights Abuses Highlighted In U.S. Department Of State Report

Vietnam Briefing: Vietnam’s Human Rights Abuses Highlighted In U.S. Department Of State Report
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The Vietnam Briefing, which is released every Monday morning Vietnam time, looks at Vietnam’s social and political developments of the past week. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- State Department released 2021 Country Reports on Human Rights, detailing Vietnam’s human rights abuses * The U.S. Department of State released [https://www.state.gov/

The Vietnamese Magazine
The Vietnamese Magazine
Vietnam Briefing
How The Ruling Elite In Vietnam Was Formed

How The Ruling Elite In Vietnam Was Formed
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There are many hidden corners of Vietnam's political elite and the party-state system that supports them.

Lee Nguyen
Politics
China’s Questionable Extradition Policies And What They Mean For Vietnam

China’s Questionable Extradition Policies And What They Mean For Vietnam
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When Xi Jinping became president of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 2012, he brought [https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-pacific-11551399] with him undeniable economic rejuvenation for his country alongside an increasing clampdown on freedoms and an ongoing war on corruption within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Under

Aerolyne Reed
Aerolyne Reed
Human Rights
The Official’s Gold-Flecked Steak And The Underlying Problems Of Vietnam

The Official’s Gold-Flecked Steak And The Underlying Problems Of Vietnam
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Vietnamese social media was flooded last weekend with images and footage of Minister of Public Security, To Lam and his delegates enjoying a luxurious dinner at an upscale restaurant in London. The video, showing General Lam being hand-fed a gold-leaf steak [https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-59174383] by the Turkish

Jason Nguyen
Opinion-Section
October 15, 2008: Two Journalists Worked For State-Owned Media Sentenced After Exposing Major Corruption

October 15, 2008: Two Journalists Worked For State-Owned Media Sentenced After Exposing Major Corruption
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Son Nguyen
Son Nguyen
On This Day
Vietnam’s Institutional Corruption: Why Nguyen Phu Trong’s “Blazing Furnace” Will Be Meaningless In The Long Term

Vietnam’s Institutional Corruption: Why Nguyen Phu Trong’s “Blazing Furnace” Will Be Meaningless In The Long Term
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This article was written in Vietnamese by Vo Van Quan and previously published [https://www.luatkhoa.org/2020/10/tham-nhung-the-che-vi-sao-ky-cong-dot-lo-cua-ong-trong-la-vo-nghia-trong-dai-han/] in the Luat Khoa Magazine on October 6, 2020. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The term burning furnace (đốt lò in Vietnamese) is a frequently used term in Vietnam to describe the anti-graft campaign

Karie Nguyen
Karie Nguyen
Politics
Robbery Unwittingly Exposes Potential Corruption In Vietnam

Robbery Unwittingly Exposes Potential Corruption In Vietnam
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The story first sounded like the twisted plot of a comedy about feudal Vietnam a few centuries back. It went like this: Three bad guys robbed a court official’s post and shocked the township when news on the enormous amount of money the robbers had taken, spread like wildfire.

Quynh-Vi Tran
Quynh-Vi Tran
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