A month has now passed since their trial was postponed, exceeding the time limit allowed by law, he says.
Vietnam claims Chinese missiles and a helicopter base on disputed islands are a sovereignty violation that threatens 'regional peace and security.'
A former prisoner of conscience in Vietnam makes an online public appeal for end to police harassment of him and his family.
Meeting in California highlights the balance Southeast Asian leaders try to strike between Washington and Beijing in the region.
Nguyen Mai Trung Tuan is serving a 4.5-year sentence for injuring police during a forced eviction last April.
Nguyen Anh Tuan, stopped after three years abroad, blogged for RFA and interned for Australian member of parliament
Election unlikely to change human rights record as leaders represent old guard.
The country and the Communist Party face pressures from within and without during National Congress.
Ho Thi Bich Khuong serves five years under draconian law and now must find a place to live after her land and house were confiscated.
Analysts see deadlock as Communist Party factions grapple over posts, but don’t expect big policy changes.
Prominent Vietnamese blogger Nguyen Huu Vinh has his trial postponed, amid what his lawyer says are violations of litigation law.
Protests highlight politically sensitive land disputes ahead of top-level Party meetings in the communist state.
Hanoi says aircraft landings on Fiery Cross Reef violate Vietnamese sovereignty and raise tensions.
The organization is lobbying US lawmakers to restart a program to allow former South Vietnamese officers to immigrate.