US Wobble On TPP Unsettles Vietnam
 

US Wobble On TPP Unsettles Vietnam

Vietnam Right Now, News Analysis, Staff, Posted: Aug 23, 2016

It would feed into China’s narrative that Washington does not have the staying power to remain a force in the western Pacific and that neighbouring Asian countries have no choice but to accept Beijing’s leadership.

Duterte Moderates Tone After U.S. Response to Insult Aimed at Ambassador

 

ABS-CBN News, News Report, Dharel Placido, Posted: Aug 10, 2016

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday stressed the significance of the alliance between the United States and the Philippines, after he earned the ire of Washington this week for his homophobic slur against an outgoing US envoy,

 

Show of Defiance Against China - Report Says Vietnam Deploys Missiles

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Aug 10, 2016

Military journals say the launchers are highly mobile and could deliver 150 kg warheads up to 150 km.

Scientists Not Spies: Panel on Asian American Immigrants Brings Historic Perspective on Racial Profiling

 

AsAm News , News Feature, Posted: Aug 10, 2016

During World War II, the secret service and the FBI arrested between 110,000 to 120,000 individuals of Japanese descent. 62% were American citizens. They were placed in internment camps along the West coast. At the time, “Japanese Americans were seen as unassimilated and unassimilable, and prone to disloyalty.”

 

Why the South China Sea Could Be the Key to Winning in Swing States

 

New America Media, News Analysis, Andrew Lam, Posted: Aug 09, 2016

All politics is local. But given shifting demographics, local also means the assurance of strong foreign policy experience.

Call for More Foreign Pressure on Political Freedoms in Vietnam

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Aug 03, 2016

Australia holds its annual human rights dialogue with Vietnam this week amid concern that western countries are easing pressure on Vietnam over its continuing crackdown on government critics.

 

Living on the Streets of Istanbul

 

New America Media, Photo Essay, Pamela Jean Calore, Posted: Jul 25, 2016

Photographer Pamela Jean Calore documented the lives of refugees in Istanbul.

Turkey Arrests Thousands in Post-Coup Purge

 

Arab American Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 19, 2016

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said 7,543 people had so far been detained, including 6,038 soldiers. Some were shown in photographs stripped to their underpants and handcuffed on the floors of police buses and a sports hall. A court remanded 26 generals and admirals in custody.

 

Vietnam Shrugs Off Torture Report

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Jul 18, 2016

Vietnam has responded with a straight denial to a new report that catalogues the harrowing abuse and torture inflicted on political prisoners in prison camps across the country.

 

It's Time to Give Guantanamo Back to Cuba

 

New America Media, News Analysis, Louis Nevaer, Posted: Jul 13, 2016

That Cuba is moving at a snail place in opening up has to do with Fidel Castro’s anger that Guantánamo remains “off the table” in the renewed US-Cuba dialogue.

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