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Response to Vietnamese newspaper’s criticism of 2013 Netizen Prize

By   /  March 22, 2013  /  Blog, Highlights  /  Comments Off on Response to Vietnamese newspaper’s criticism of 2013 Netizen Prize

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[Reporters Without Borders]   In an article published online on 14 March, the Vietnamese daily Nhan Dan criticized the fact that the 2013 Reporters Without Borders Netizen Prize was awarded to the Vietnamese citizen-journalist and blogger Huynh Ngoc Chenh.   The Vietnamese blogger Huynh Ngoc Chenh was awarded Netizen Prize 2013 (Photo: lapressdupeuple)   Like his […]

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“Rendre Homage” Ou Rendre Service au Mal?

By   /  March 21, 2013  /  Français (beta), Highlights  /  Comments Off on “Rendre Homage” Ou Rendre Service au Mal?

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“Rendre Homage” Ou Rendre Service au Mal? Par Lam Sơn, Quotidien LE PEUPLE jeudi, 14/03/2013 Traduit par lapressedupeuple   Pendant ces derniers jours, nul ne sait si c’était prémédité ou c’était tout simplement une coïncidence que de manière concomitante, le Ministère des Affaires Etrangères Américains ainsi que certaines organisations telles que Reporter sans Frontière, IFEX […]

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Historical Maps back up Vietnamese Claims on Paracel & Spratly Islands – Part II

By   /  December 28, 2012  /  Highlights, South China Sea  /  Comments Off on Historical Maps back up Vietnamese Claims on Paracel & Spratly Islands – Part II

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[Documents] I. Dai Nam Nhat thong Toan do / Complete Map of Unified Great Viet Nam (1838) This is the map of Viet Nam under the Nguyen dynasty made in 1838. On the map there were two names “Hoang Sa” (Paracels) and “Van Ly Truong Sa” (Spratlys) belonging to the territory of Viet Nam. Dai […]

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The Geopolitics of Shale

By   /  December 26, 2012  /  Highlights, Pacific  /  Comments Off on The Geopolitics of Shale

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By Robert D. Kaplan Chief Geopolitical Analyst   According to the elite newspapers and journals of opinion, the future of foreign affairs mainly rests on ideas: the moral impetus for humanitarian intervention, the various theories governing exchange rates and debt rebalancing necessary to fix Europe, the rise of cosmopolitanism alongside the stubborn vibrancy of nationalism […]

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The new wind in front of the old wall

By   /  December 19, 2012  /  China, Highlights  /  Comments Off on The new wind in front of the old wall

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By Truong Ngoc Nguyen Translated by Hoa Ngoc   General Secretary Xi Jinping (习近平) in the first months of power shows a series of highly symbolic activities, but what is expected is the quality and efficiency of policies. China’s Map illustrated (source: internet) The bitter power struggle ahead of the 18th Congress finally reached a […]

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Anti-China rallies have been held in Vietnam

By   /  December 12, 2012  /  Highlights, Uncategorized  /  Comments Off on Anti-China rallies have been held in Vietnam

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[Video] Hundreds of Vietnamese protesters march during a demonstration demanding China to stay out of their waters following China’s increased activities around the Spratly and Paracel Islands and other disputed areas, in Hanoi, Vietnam on Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. Vietnamese police broke up anti-China protests in two cities on Sunday and made about 20 arrests […]

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