Vietnam’s President appeals to Washington For Weapons Sales

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Sep 29, 2015

The President of Vietnam, Truong Tan Sang, has appealed to the United States to lift the remains of its ban on the sale of weapons to Vietnam.


Missing the Point: Alternatives to Detention to Be Run by Private Prison Contractors


New America Media, Op-ed, Katharina Obser, Posted: Sep 25, 2015

ICE admitted that it needed to find alternatives to family detention. Then it awarded the contract to a private prison contractor.


Q & A: Bill Jennings on Black Panther Party’s Place in Richmond’s History


Richmond Pulse, Question & Answer, Steve Early, Posted: Sep 10, 2015

Bill Jennings, a Black Panther Party (BPP) activist in Richmond spoke to reporter Steve Early about the Panthers’ local origins


“Uncle Ho” Cult On the Rise As Vietnam Celebrates 70th Anniversary


Vietnam Right Now, News Feature, Posted: Sep 06, 2015

In later years Ho came to see the value of his own image to aid the cause of revolution. He played up to the sense of mystery that surrounded him.


Proposed S.F. Memorial for WWII Sex Slaves Causes Division


Nichibei, News Feature, Tomo Hirai, Posted: Sep 05, 2015

A proposal to create a memorial in San Francisco for the so-called “comfort women,” has created a controversy within the city’s Japanese American community.


With the Coming U.S.-China Summit, Obama Can Make History


New America Media, News Analysis, George Koo, Posted: Sep 02, 2015

Obama will have accomplished something that has eluded all seven of U.S. presidents that preceded him: a spectacular foreign policy with China.


Hard Graft: The Wasteful War in Afghanistan


New America Media, News Analysis, Ed Targett, Posted: Aug 28, 2015

What has $1 trillion bought meanwhile? Marginally improved metrics on poverty and health care, and an estimated 26,000 civilian deaths.

N. Korea Flexing Muscles at Border


Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Aug 20, 2015

North Korea’s military is ratcheting up its combat readiness posture along the border with front-line fortifications such as opening up its weapons portholes and intensifying artillery firing drills, a military source said Wednesday.


Rescued Chibok Girls From Boko Haram Use


Washington Informer, News Report, Freddie Allen, Special to The Informer via NNPA, Posted: Aug 19, 2015

This month, teenagers across the nation prepare to make the transition from high school to college and at least two of the survivors of the Boko Haram mass kidnapping in Chibok, Nigeria last year could be joining them.


Once Loyal - Defiant Vietnamese Farmers Question Party Leadership


Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Staff, Posted: Aug 18, 2015

Mrs Hao used to mop floors for the French Foreign Legion and hope for a Communist victory. Now, she comes to Hanoi each week to protest outside government buildings.

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