Monthly Archives: April 2016

Huge Fish Kill Tests Vietnam’s New Regime

Image: Shoals of dead fish wash up along 200 km of central coast David BrownHeadline, Politics, Vietnam The story broke in Vietnam’s national press on April 20: shoals of dead fish were washing up on the beaches all along a … Continue reading

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Views on Vietnam: The irony of the LBJ Library Vietnam War Summit

By Robert F. Turner – Special to the American-Statesman The LBJ Library and the University of Texas are holding the Vietnam War Summit this week, bringing to Austin former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, current Secretary of State John Kerry … Continue reading

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Views on Vietnam: Racism and the Vietnam summit

By Paul Woodruff – Special to the American-Statesman http://www.mystatesman.com/news/news/opinion/views-on-vietnam-racism-and-the-vietnam-summit/nrBn4/ The Vietnam Summit at the LBJ Presidential Library claims to be an unvarnished look at the Vietnam War. But in fact its design reflects the same racist myopia as the war … Continue reading

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US presses Vietnam on detentions ahead of Obama visit

BY MATTHEW PENNINGTON Associated Press http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/national-politics/article73804067.html WASHINGTON. The United States pressed Vietnam Monday over a recent spate of detentions of government critics and pushed for other progress on human rights ahead of a visit next month by President Barack Obama. … Continue reading

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Barbara Walters on Jane Fonda (Hanoi Jane, the traitor):

Jane Fonda was on 3 times this week talking about her new book… and how good she feels in her 70’s… She still does not know what she did wrong… Her book just may not make the bestseller list if … Continue reading

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Formail Apology from Mr. Faye Stewart,Candidate for Oregon U.S. Senate.

Mr. Stewart has sent his formal apology to the Vietnamese American Community of the USA and Vietnamese Community of Oregon.

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Vietnam Is Facing the Clear and Imminent Threat of Chinese Colonialism

Michael Do Bordering a hostile, ambitious neighbor, the trouble seems to be endless. China is the world’s most populous country, with a population of over 1.38 billion. It covers approximately 9.6 million square kilometers (the world’s second-largest country by land … Continue reading

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