(Radio Free Asia) Authorities in Vietnam are moving to cripple the online voices of dissidents by blasting a deluge of reports on their Facebook pages accusing them of abusing the popular social network, triggering an automatic shutdown of their public pages and profiles, activists said.
(Duy Hoang) In recent weeks, well-known Vietnamese activists have found themselves suddenly unable to log (...) (18/07/2014)
(The Diplomat) What do U.S. legislators think about China’s recent moves in the East and South China Seas? (...) (16/07/2014)
(Reporters Without Borders) Reporters Without Borders hails the creation of the Independent Journalists Association of (...) (8/07/2014)
(Viet Tan) - An outdoor concert at Freedom Plaza featuring artists from ASIA entertainment and celebrities from Saigon Broadcasting Television Network followed by a march to the White House taking place on July 6, 2014.
(International Human Rights Organizations ) - GENEVA - In advance of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam’s Universal Periodic Review, a group of Vietnamese and international human rights organizations will host a side event on February 4, 2014 at the Palais Des Nations to shine a spotlight on the most egregious human rights abuses in Vietnam (...)
(Viet Tan) - The Vietnamese Communist Party has a lot riding on its project to renew the country’s constitution. Beset by political and economic stagnation, the communist leadership launched a constitution revision process in January 2013 as a means to shore up popular support and increase the state’s (...)
(Khanh Vu Duc) - The United States’ engagement with Vietnam is, in large part, a failure. Hanoi continues to ply benefits from the US while offering little in return. It is time for the US to demand what kind of relationship Hanoi is seeking with (...)
(Amnesty International) - The early release of Do Thi Minh Hanh, a woman labour activist and prisoner of conscience, in Viet Nam is a positive step but authorities must now follow up and release the scores of other peaceful activists still behind bars, Amnesty International (...)