Police seize a dissident lawyer and blogger who wrote on 'forbidden' topics.
Bloggers, writers and activists from Vietnam, Burma, and China dominate Hellman/Hammett Awards.
China’s warning follows reports that Chinese vessels cut a Vietnamese ship’s seismic cables.
A report on global graft calls for transparency and accountability.
Vietnam's state oil and gas company says Chinese fishing vessels cut the cables of its survey ship.
The head of a non-recognized Buddhist church says religion in Vietnam will be further restricted.
A rights group says new rules in Vietnam give the state more power to curb religious freedom.
Police rough up a Vietnamese blogger after a court rejects his appeal against a jail sentence.
The first public call for the Vietnamese Prime Minister to quit kicks up a parliamentary storm.
An EU export ban on chemicals used for lethal injection has put Vietnam in a quandary.
The visit to the Giac Minh Pagoda in central Vietnam’s Danang is an apparent move to highlight religious freedom.
Vietnam sentences two musicians to up to six years for “anti-state propaganda.”
Vietnamese villagers from two sites near the capital hold a demonstration outside a municipal building.
The leader takes responsibility for Vietnam’s current economic woes.
Vietnamese authorities say the official ‘destroyed property’ while seizing the land of a local family.
The young Vietnamese woman had distributed anti-China leaflets and reported on official wrongdoings.
Vietnamese villagers take to the streets of Hanoi to demand the return of confiscated land.
Despite decades in prison, his vision of a world without oppression inspired the Vietnamese people.
Moody’s agency says the government will likely be forced to save Vietnam’s failing banks.
Three bloggers of a banned website get jail terms for ‘anti-state propaganda.’
Vietnamese police fire on villagers blocking road work on their land.
A Vietnamese parliamentarian seeks media help over his staff’s arrests amid a suspected political tussle.
Vietnam promotes an image of an open economy but is intensifying a crackdown on journalists and bloggers, says a report.
The U.S. House of Representatives votes to promote human rights in Vietnam and condemn the country’s rights record.
Vietnam throws a journalist in prison for bribing police during an undercover investigation.
The nation slips precariously down the rankings of a global competitiveness index.
The former chairman of Vietnam’s largest state-owned shipping company is caught in a neighboring country.
Vietnamese authorities extend the detention of a democracy campaigner and reject an appeal by a labor activist.
Supporters of 17 Vietnamese social activists hold a mass candlelight vigil and a protest in Hanoi.
An agreement between the two countries sets the stage for a broad Mekong trade network.