War

The Gac Ma Incident: A Reminder Of Collective Amnesia

The Gac Ma Incident: A Reminder Of Collective Amnesia
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A nation without a past is a nation without a present or a future.

Y Chan
Y Chan
Opinion-Section
Why Vietnam Has Good Reasons To Publicly Oppose The Russian Invasion Of Ukraine

Why Vietnam Has Good Reasons To Publicly Oppose The Russian Invasion Of Ukraine
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As the conflict between Russia and Ukraine approaches the third week, there is virtually no remaining doubt about the true nature of this “special military operation.” It’s an outright invasion. And while there is seemingly unwavering support from the international community for the Ukrainian people’s fight against foreign

Jason Nguyen
Opinion-Section
How Vietnam Uses Propaganda To Erase The 1979 Sino-Vietnam Border War

How Vietnam Uses Propaganda To Erase The 1979 Sino-Vietnam Border War
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Efforts to erase the public memory of a disturbing war On February 17, 1979 [https://www.thevietnamese.org/2022/02/february-17-1979-the-start-of-the-sino-vietnamese-border-war/] , [1] Chinese troops poured south across Vietnam's northern border and launched a bloody invasion of its ideological neighbor. The brief and violent war resulted in tens of thousands of

Jason Nguyen
Politics
From The Sino – Vietnam War To The Ukraine Invasion: Dictators Always Swim In The Same River

From The Sino – Vietnam War To The Ukraine Invasion: Dictators Always Swim In The Same River
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While almost everyone in the world has been holding their breaths and shaking their heads as every step unfolded in Russia’s plot to invade Ukraine, for most Vietnamese it has been an eerie sense of déjà vu. Last week, Vietnam commemorated the date of February 17, marking 43 years

Y Chan
Y Chan
Opinion-Section