HoangChi Truong, whose family fled Vietnam, faced indentured servitude in the U.S.
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More than 40 years ago, the fall of Saigon marked the end of the Vietnam War, prompting hundreds of thousands of refugees to flee the impending communist regime. More people from Laos and Cambodia fol...
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India's 'look east' policy evolving into an 'act east' policy.
Stoking fears about the future of manufacturing has become a small but thriving industry
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'They cannot continue to censor world history'.
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Vietnam is in the midst of a quiet military buildup.
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HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam ― Fifty-five years ago this month, the U.S. Army began spraying millions of gallons of the toxic defoliant known as Agent Orange over large swaths of southern Vietnam. Today,...
As the decision of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, upholding the Philippines' claim for the disputed waters of the South China Sea came as a sudden blow to what can be best described as China's meteoric rise to power, Churchill's famous description of Russia (“It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma”) at the beginning of World War II, still holds ground. Only this time, the subject is China and the dispute, in the South China Sea.
It is the most significant defensive move Vietnam has made on its holdings in the South China Sea in decades.