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New York Times  May 21  Comment 
With President Obama arriving on Monday, Washington and Hanoi have a chance to create a partnership that seemed unlikely even three years ago.
Forbes  May 21  Comment 
Obama is unlikely to announce a "full and unconditional" lifting of the arms embargo while visiting Vietnam on May 23-25. A more likely outcome is a further easing of restrictions to broaden the types of U.S. weapon platforms that can be sold to...
Financial Times  May 20  Comment 
On eve of Obama visit, former enemies discuss co-operation in face of China expansionism
New York Times  May 20  Comment 
President Obama arrives as the voting will have finished, and the names not allowed to appear on the ballots tell more of a story than that of those allowed to compete.
Forbes  May 20  Comment 
Who would have imagined, as “South” Vietnam was falling to  “North” Vietnamese Communist forces more than 40 years ago, that a U.S. president would be going to Hanoi to talk about, yes, supplying the Vietnamese Communists with arms?
Financial Times  May 20  Comment 
Amorphous government reflects preoccupation with economic and political stability
Financial Times  May 19  Comment 
Amorphous government reflects preoccupation with economic and political stability
New York Times  May 19  Comment 
Concerns over rising tensions with China over the South China Sea have shifted priorities in the debate over human rights abuses in Vietnam.
newratings.com  May 18  Comment 
REDMOND (dpa-AFX) - Software giant Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) on Wednesday announced that it has reached an agreement to sell its entry-level feature phone assets to FIH Mobile Ltd., a subsidiary of Hon Hai/Foxconn Technology Group, and HMD Global, Oy...
TechCrunch  May 17  Comment 
 Facebook appears to have been blocked in Vietnam as a part of a government-imposed crackdown on social media, amid public protests over an environmental disaster attributed to toxic discharges from a steel complex built by Taiwan’s...




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