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The Reason Why Donald Trump Won the Presidential Election

By Binh Quoc Huynh (Nov. 12, 2016) The final count of the Election (and the defeat) was accepted by Mrs. Clinton nonetheless with bemoaning statement “I’m enduring this endless sadness…” Those jealous individuals, whose personal interests are affected by the … Continue reading

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Donald Trump- Lion King surrounded by a menacing pack of wolves

Binh Quoc Huynh (Oct. 24, 2016)   (The translation from Vietnamese to English is provided by a volunteer who is a member of Huynh’s audience.) A few people  told me that Mr. Trump is encountering a situation similar to a … Continue reading

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Vietnam, the biggest hub for illegal rhino horn trafficking, has done little to stop it

Vietnam has become the biggest hub in the world for trafficking in horns and other body parts of the rhinoceros, a critically endangered species which is being killed by poachers in South Africa at the rate of one every eight … Continue reading

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Detained for defending human rights in Viet Nam

Vu Minh Khanh hasn’t seen or heard from her husband Nguyen Van Dai, since police arrested him in December 2015. This is her story. I am not an activist. Before my husband’s arrest, I was volunteering at our church in … Continue reading

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Ending Torture of Prisoners of Conscience in Vietnam

By John Coughlan Last week, Vũ Minh Khánh, the wife of jailed human rights lawyer Nguyễn Văn Đài, slipped quietly backed into Viet Nam after completing an advocacy tour of the US, Europe and Australia raising awareness of her husband’s … Continue reading

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How Hanoi Buys Influence in Washington, D.C.

by Greg Rushford on August 4, 2015  U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in Hanoi this Thursday for a two-day visit. Expect much talk of how the United States and Vietnam have been developing closer security and economic ties … Continue reading

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Obama’s Vietnam “Legacy” Trip: A Reality Check

By Greg Rushford  Monday, May 23, Washington, D.C. —Air Force One touched down yesterday evening in Hanoi. The White House and influential Washington think-tank scholars are spinning President Barack Obama’s three-day Vietnam visit as a “legacy” moment, validating the president’s … Continue reading

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