Vietnam’s Law on Belief and Religion

Vietnam is a multi-religion and multi-belief country. Such diversity of religion and belief is supposed to be caused by a wide variety of cultural, economic or spiritual life. There are three mostly dominating religions. These are: Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Alongside these religious movements, we see also Catholicism, Protestantism and Islam too.
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Vietnam and the Disputed Spratly Islands; Challenging Chinese Hegemony?

You may have heard about the building of artificial islands in the South China Sea in recent years, and this is usually associated with China staking territorial claims to an assorted medley of islands, islets, cays and reefs before building on them, yet Vietnam has taken a similar route with the expansion of it’s own islands within the area.
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The Khmer Rouge’s Legacy: Has Justice Been Served?

It is always the most beautiful of nations that have the most tragic of histories, and it is always the most innocent of peoples that suffer the most dire of consequences. The story of Khmer Rouge’s legacy is one of victimhood, as Cambodia was sent through hell and back in a matter of four long years.
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