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  • About 50 protesters showed up at Hanoi's landmark Hoan Kiem Lake, unfurling banners and shouting anti-China slogans.

    Vietnamese police crush anti-China protest

  • India certainly shares Vietnam's views on China, and has been receptive to Hanoi's outreach.

    Asia's Great Naval Rivalry

  • Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, in his first public comments since Vietnam's dispute with China worsened, on Wednesday described Vietnam's claims to the South China Sea as "incontestable," a sign of Hanoi's willingness to stand up to China.

    Vietnam Plans Live-Fire Drill After China Spat

  • Several Vietnamese dissidents have been jailed in recent months for allegedly spreading propaganda against Hanoi's Communist leaders.

    Vietnamese Revolutionary Scion Sentenced for Dissent

  • The crowd grew as it marched through Hanoi's streets, chanting and singing patriotic songs.

    Vietnam and China Pledge to Peacefully Resolve Maritime Dispute

  • Hanoi's idea of diplomacy was first to object to the shape of the negotiating table, and then to insist that the U.S. collude in overthrowing the government of South Vietnam.

    The Trouble With Talking to the Taliban

  • But as Henry Kissinger would later observe, "Hanoi's leaders had launched their war in order to win, not to cut a deal."

    The Trouble With Talking to the Taliban

  • Vietnam, one of Asia's most inflation-plagued economies, devalued its currency 8.5% to help arrest mounting economic problems, though analysts say Hanoi's Communist policy makers instead risk triggering a new and potentially uncontrollable round of price rise.

    World Watch

  • The Paris Peace Accords, for which Mr. Kissinger shared a Nobel Peace Prize in 1973 with Le Duc Tho, his North Vietnamese counterpart, quickly foundered on Hanoi's determination to conquer South Vietnam and Congress's refusal to help defend it.

    A Diplomat Looks East

  • The decision to lower the dong even further highlights the stress that Hanoi's policy focus on economic growth has put on the economy, once seen as one of Asia's most promising emerging markets.

    Vietnam Devalues Currency by 8.5% as Inflation Looms

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