Nguyen Quang Dy
Harvard Nieman Fellow and Former Vietnamese Diplomat
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Vietnam’s Reform Challenge
War in Ukraine, pandemic, and heightened strategic competition are driving the need for more vigorous reform in Vietnam, writes Nguyen Quang Dy. But is the Communist Party leadership up to the task?
Could Vietnam’s relations with Russia be another casualty of the war in Ukraine?
The Ukraine crisis calls on Vietnam to reassess its relationship with Russia and consider further reducing dependence on its old friend and primary weapons supplier writes Nguyễn Quang Dy.
Veep Diplomacy: Managing US Ties in Asia
In the coming days, US Vice President Kamala Harris will become the most senior Biden administration official to visit Southeast Asia. As former diplomat Nguyễn Quang Dy writes, once again the focus will be on Vietnam and Singapore. It highlights the key question of how the region manages US-China competition.
The Challenge of Generational Change in Vietnam
The Vietnamese Communist Party has settled on a new leadership for the next five years. Analyst Nguyễn Quang Dy asks is it the right team for the challenges ahead?
The Growing Risks of Strategic Miscalculation in the South China Sea
Releasing Australia’s latest strategic update, Scott Morrison warned our security outlook was infused with more dangers than at any time since the eve of World War 2. The risks are especially acute over competing territorial claims in the South China Sea. In this article, former Vietnamese diplomat Nguyen Quang Dy writes that ASEAN hopes for negotiation with China, but might have to settle for military deterrence.