In Vietnam we can see many of the challenges, and solutions, to farming in the era of climate change.
If it is ever to rival China’s Belt and Road Initiative, the Blue Dot Network has a lot of catching up to do.
COVID-19 has now been added to the long list of difficulties faced by those who rely on fishing the South China Sea to make a living.
Though the COVID-19 has cancelled the upcoming ASEAN summit, affected countries can still forge ahead with cooperation.
The Wuhan coronavirus is just the latest chapter in a long and complicated history between the two neighbors.
As Hanoi ascends to its leading role in both ASEAN and the United Nations, it will face a litany of diplomatic and security challenges in the year ahead.
The US needs to play a stabilizing role in the SCS as China seeks to impose its hegemonic control of the region and beyond.
As a country with a similar past, Vietnam’s historical experience offers Pyongyang a path back to the global mainstream.
The Asia Reassurance Initiative Act (ARIA) is the latest sign of a renaissance in US-Vietnam relations.
Vietnam’s commitment to global institutions and poverty alleviation make it a good candidate for a rotating seat at the UN Security Council.