The Guardian • Vietnam

President Lyndon Johnson driven through the streets of Melbourne after his car was splattered with paint. Issue #2061

50th anniversary of the last Australian troops in Vietnam

The 50th anniversary of the withdrawal of the last Australian troops, on 1st July 1973, marks the end of Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War....

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Daniel Ellsberg. Issue #2059

Daniel Ellsberg

Daniel Ellsberg, once known as “the most dangerous man in America,” died on 16th June 2023 at the age of 92. In 1969 he was...

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Issue #1963

President holds online talks with top Chinese leader

Vietnamese President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Chinese Party General Secretary and State President Xi Jinping affirmed the significance of the Vietnam-China relationship.

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Issue #1981

The third wave of socialism and renewal in Vietnam

Prof Dr Michael Brie

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Issue #2011

Dispatches from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

“Only in a socialist system are the interests of the individual, the state and the collective at one. That is why only a socialist constitution...

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Issue #2021

60th anniversary of Australia’s involvement in Vietnam

This week marks sixty years since Australia entered the Vietnam war. Considered by many to be a Cold War-era proxy war, the conflict lasted almost...

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Issue #2071


AFRICA: Three former French colonies – Niger, Burkina Faso, and Mali have formed a defensive alliance. Alliance of Sahel States (AES) aims to jointly combat...

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Issue #1969

CPA president’s contribution to the CPC and World Political Parties Summit

I thank the Communist Party of China’s International Department for the invitation to participate in this Summit.

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Issue #2046


Anna Pha Humanity faces two major existential threats: climate change and nuclear war. The doomsday clock is ticking on both these threats. Ironically, the US...

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Issue #2049

Road to War

As Australia’s most outstanding documentary film maker with 21 films and many awards to his credit, David Bradbury has created another monumental and relevant work...

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Emblem of Laos Issue #2095

LPRP and Laos Development

In 2016, the Laos People’s Revolutionary Party formalised Kaysone Phomvihane Thought at their 10th Congress. Kaysone Phomvihane was Laotian leader from 1975 till his death...

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Killers of the Flower Moon Issue #2076

Killers of the Flower Moon

Who’s up for some three hours plus of cinematic awesomeness? Lots of people, that’s who, even the ones who think that Killers of the Flower...

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Issue #1968

CPA delegation to Canberra

The CPA sent a diplomatic delegation to Canberra last week.

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Issue #2039

The power of internationalism

27th January marked the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Paris Peace Accords, the agreement which ended the US war on Vietnam. From 1955...

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Secretary-General of ASEAN, Dr. Kao Kim Hourn, met with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Australia, Senator the Honourable Penny Wong in Melbourne, 4 March 2024. Issue #2091

Deputy sheriff fails to deliver

The four-day ASEAN-Australia Special Summit held in Melbourne from 4 - 6 March, ended with the Australian government failing to gain consensus around its aggressive stand towards...

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