Vietnam government furious about release of Australian commemorative war coins
Vietnam’s communist government has demanded Australia cease issuing commemorative coins that, it says, show the flag of the toppled US-backed South Vietnam, a claim Canberra has denied.
Paris Peace Accords remembered : diplomatic negotiations at Camp Davis
50 years after the signing of the Paris Accords, witnesses at Camp Davis recall how Vietnam’s diplomatic delegations contributed to making U.S. forces withdraw from South Vietnam.
How the Sino-Vietnamese war was purposefully forgotten
In both China and Vietnam, the governments have deliberately tried to bury memories of their 1979 war.
South Korean defence minister denies Vietnam War massacres
Minister said the court ruling dishonoured South Korean soldiers by finding them responsible for the massacre of Vietnamese villagers.
Court says South Korea responsible for Vietnam war massacre
The ruling marks the first time a South Korean court has found the government responsible for mass killings of Vietnamese civilians during the war.
South Korea court rules in favour of Vietnam War massacre victim
Nguyen Thi Thanh was eight when she was shot in the stomach by South Korean marines who massacred some 70 civilians in Vietnam’s central Quang Nam province.
Looking at Germany’s role in the Vietnam War 50 years later
Fifty years ago, the Paris Peace Accords led to the withdrawal of US forces from Vietnam. DW looks at how Germany’s support for Vietnam during the war was divided by east and west.
Paris Peace Accords decisive condition for Vietnam’s unification
On the 50th anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords, which helped end the longest war of the 20th century, Major General Nguyen Hong Quan, former deputy head of the Vietnam Institute for Defense Strategy, spoke to VnExpress about the historic…
Nobel panel knew Kissinger Vietnam deal unlikely to bring peace, files show
Accords negotiated by Kissinger and Le Duc Tho in 1973 sealed US exit from war but were soon flouted by North and South Vietnam
The Problems with Vietnam’s ‘bamboo diplomacy’
Is the phrase, increasingly prominent in government communications, anything more than an update to a discredited policy of neutrality ?
Tim Page, legendary Vietnam War photographer, dies at 78
Tim Page, legendary Vietnam War photographer and counter-culture figure, has died from cancer at home in the hills of Bellingen in the Mid North Coast of NSW on August 24. He was 78 years old.
Tim Page, Vietnam War photographer, dies at 78
British photographer Tim Page, one of the pre-eminent photographers of the Vietnam War, died at 78 on Wednesday at his home in New South Wales, Australia.
Why the US used Agent Orange in Vietnam and what makes it so deadly
Of all the controversies surrounding the Vietnam War, one of the most enduring continues to be the use of Agent Orange.
Square in Paris named after Vietnamese pilot Do Huu Vi
A small square in the 16th arrondissement of Paris has been named after Vietnamese pilot Do Huu Vi, one of the first pilots in the French military, who died at age 33 in a combat in France during World War I (1914-1918).
A single photo can change the world. I know, because I took one that did
Can a photograph help end a war ?
The US-Russia-Vietnam triangle : decoding Hanoi’s strategic balancing
Vietnam has struck a careful balance in its reaction to the Ukraine conflict. But how long can it avoid taking sides ?
How the Russia-Ukraine war is impacting Vietnam’s economy
Vietnamese businesses are already seeing the fallout from the conflict in Eastern Europe, and the impacts are only set to increase.
Agent Orange in Vietnam : Legality and US Insensitivity
The U.S. government’s claims that it has never deployed chemical weapons has rankled Vietnamese netizens.
‘Napalm Girl’ back in Vietnam, on display at HCMC exhibition
Photographer Nick Ut is holding in HCMC an exhibition of 22 photos he took 50 years ago during his time as a war correspondent, including his iconic ‘Napalm Girl’.
How the Russia-Ukraine conflict is affecting businesses in Vietnam
As the Russia-Ukraine conflict unfolds and completes a month, Vietnam Briefing looks at the impact of the conflict on Vietnam as well as businesses in the country. While it’s still early to determine long-term effects, we examine the short-term effects…
Vietnam : activists blocked from Ukraine event
The Vietnamese authorities stopped several pro-democracy supporters from attending an event in Hanoi in support of Ukraine on March 5, 2022, following the Russian invasion, Human Rights Watch said today. The Ukrainian Embassy was holding “a charity bazaar dedicated to raising funds for people in need in Ukraine.”
Grateful nation pays incense tribute to Spratly reefs martyrs
War veterans and relatives gathered in central Da Nang City Sunday to offer incense to 64 Vietnamese soldiers who died defending the Spratly Archipelago reefs against China 34 years ago.
Vietnam’s exports to Russia hampered by Western sanctions
Sanctions imposed by the U.S. and Western world on Russia have caused Vietnamese export order and transaction delays.
Vietnamese in Ukraine on finding ways to evacuate
Thien hurriedly answers the phone while packing his clothes to prepare to evacuate the southern Ukrainian port city of Odessa and leave for Moldova.
Vietnam’s PM issues dispatch on protecting 7,000 Vietnamese citizens in Ukraine
Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính has signed official dispatch 201/CD-TTg dated February 26, 2022, on the protection of Vietnamese citizens and legal entities in Ukraine.
Vietnamese in Ukraine see life upended amid crisis
Ukrainian-Vietnamese are taking shelter, stockpiling food and keeping their fingers crossed amid the crisis with Russia.