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    Vietnam pursues policy to protect human rights [W:77]

    Vietnam pursues policy to protect human rights - Politics & Laws | Politics, Business, Economy, Society, Life, Sports - VietNam News - VietNam News
    Vietnam is moving in the right direction and I am so so happy that they are working so hard to fix these things. (To be honest we were lacking some human rights)

    I hope you don't mind me throwing out some news about vietnam Since I obviously follow it quite a bit It's really progressed quite well in quite a short time period maybe america can learn something from it? :P but probely not
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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

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    Vietnam pursues policy to protect human rights - Politics & Laws | Politics, Business, Economy, Society, Life, Sports - VietNam News - VietNam News
    Vietnam is moving in the right direction and I am so so happy that they are working so hard to fix these things. (To be honest we were lacking some human rights)
    Watch, it will be in some countries best interest to disrupt such development.

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Watch, it will be in some countries best interest to disrupt such development.
    I don't quite follow? why would it be against peoples interests to distrupt this kind of growth?

    And is vietnam mostly irrelivent to most americans here ? just curious if we have made any impact on the global stage in your opinions

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    I don't quite follow? why would it be against peoples interests to distrupt this kind of growth?

    And is vietnam mostly irrelivent to most americans here ? just curious if we have made any impact on the global stage in your opinions
    I wasn't really implicating any particular country that wouldn't like to see Vietnam a more democratic country, but such things happen. Like China preferring North Korea to maintain its status quo. And yes, the US has had plenty impact on the global stage.

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    I wasn't really implicating any particular country that wouldn't like to see Vietnam a more democratic country, but such things happen. Like China preferring North Korea to maintain its status quo. And yes, the US has had plenty impact on the global stage.
    Believe me, China does not want North Korea to remain status quo.

    To the Chinese, north Korea is a real ball ache.

    But they dont see a way to topple the NK regime without causing a refugee crisis of biblical proportions.

    They are fed up with NKs petulant behavior.

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    I wasn't really implicating any particular country that wouldn't like to see Vietnam a more democratic country, but such things happen. Like China preferring North Korea to maintain its status quo. And yes, the US has had plenty impact on the global stage.
    I meant does vietnam have any impact on the global stage from your viewpoint, and I don't think all the changes in the country are making it more democractic nearly every election I have seen and voted in are democratic, fair, lawful and done in a very safe manner. it's considered a successes for the people.

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    I wasn't really implicating any particular country that wouldn't like to see Vietnam a more democratic country, but such things happen. Like China preferring North Korea to maintain its status quo. And yes, the US has had plenty impact on the global stage.
    as a person who lived nearly all his life in asia NOBODY likes north korea but it's not as simple as you make it out to be

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    With war clouds forming over the South China Sea and war very likely with China over the Spartly and Parcel Islands, Vietnam has to make some changes to come under the U.S. Navy's umbrella.

    China is going to challenge the U.S. Navy in the South China Sea. The time line seems to be in about twenty years, as soon as the PLA-Navy has four carriers in the fleet. Once the U.S. Navy is expelled from free navigation of the South China Sea, China is going to turn on their long time enemy, Vietnam.

    Vietnam needs America and they are going to make changes in regards to human rights to get America's help.

    There's a naval arms race going on across the entire western Pacific rim, our allies and even countries like Vietnam can no longer depend on America with America no longer being a super power but just another world power. In four years the U.S. military has become a hollow force. The current administration is more concerned with social engineering of the military than having a military that can be used to project power across the oceans and fight a war.

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    Japan can no longer trust or depend on the American umbrella. As we saw last week the Obama administration blinked and appeased the Chinese over their air defense restriction on the disputed islands with Japan.

    Japan just a few months ago launched their first post WW ll aircraft carrier.

    Russia is also in on the game. Russia is building three new fleets with all new ships with new designs and Russia usually gets it right more than wrong when it comes to warships.

    The U.S. Navy has just discovered that they may have made the wrong turn during the 60's and neglected naval surface warfare and built an entire fleet designed to protect super carriers instead of being able to conduct naval surface warfare and also neglecting naval shore gunfire support for the Marine Corps.

    You'll be seeing in the near future the Vietnamese Navy and the U.S. Navy holding joint naval exercises. That's if the U.S. Navy can find some ships sitting in port that can actually weigh anchor and put to sea.

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    With war clouds forming over the South China Sea and war very likely with China over the Spartly and Parcel Islands, Vietnam has to make some changes to come under the U.S. Navy's umbrella.

    China is going to challenge the U.S. Navy in the South China Sea. The time line seems to be in about twenty years, as soon as the PLA-Navy has four carriers in the fleet. Once the U.S. Navy is expelled from free navigation of the South China Sea, China is going to turn on their long time enemy, Vietnam.

    Vietnam needs America and they are going to make changes in regards to human rights to get America's help.

    There's a naval arms race going on across the entire western Pacific rim, our allies and even countries like Vietnam can no longer depend on America with America no longer being a super power but just another world power. In four years the U.S. military has become a hollow force. The current administration is more concerned with social engineering of the military than having a military that can be used to project power across the oceans and fight a war.

    Vietnam’s Russian Restocking Includes Submarines, Jets, More

    Japan can no longer trust or depend on the American umbrella. As we saw last week the Obama administration blinked and appeased the Chinese over their air defense restriction on the disputed islands with Japan.

    Japan just a few months ago launched their first post WW ll aircraft carrier.

    Russia is also in on the game. Russia is building three new fleets with all new ships with new designs and Russia usually gets it right more than wrong when it comes to warships.

    The U.S. Navy has just discovered that they may have made the wrong turn during the 60's and neglected naval surface warfare and built an entire fleet designed to protect super carriers instead of being able to conduct naval surface warfare and also neglecting naval shore gunfire support for the Marine Corps.

    You'll be seeing in the near future the Vietnamese Navy and the U.S. Navy holding joint naval exercises. That's if the U.S. Navy can find some ships sitting in port that can actually weigh anchor and put to sea.
    Wow thats really interesting! once I get some time i'll look into this and give you the viewpoint from someone who lived in vietnam untill recently! but I whole heartedly disagree with the idea that they are doing good in the way of human rights to get in good with america. they have been moving forward for a very long time, when it comes to government policys and laws. perhaps the pressure from china is increasing this effort. But why do you just assume a country is doing right by it's people and strengthing it's economy is to get in good with america? it's a wee bit offensive lol

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    Re: Vietnam Protecting human rights

    Quote Originally Posted by Chocolate View Post
    Wow thats really interesting! once I get some time i'll look into this and give you the viewpoint from someone who lived in vietnam untill recently! but I whole heartedly disagree with the idea that they are doing good in the way of human rights to get in good with america. they have been moving forward for a very long time, when it comes to government policys and laws. perhaps the pressure from china is increasing this effort. But why do you just assume a country is doing right by it's people and strengthing it's economy is to get in good with america? it's a wee bit offensive lol
    Don't think he meant it to be offensive, but its true that things are brewing in your part of the world. China is on the move and its neighbors are nervous. Not at all to discount positive achievements in Vietnam, they most certainly have been holding talks with the US over looming SCS trouble. The Philippines have been opening up bases and holding joint maneuvers with the US as well. The Pentagon has stated that they are moving 60% of their assets to the WestPac and a super base is being built in Guam. And yes, Japan is realizing increasingly that their defence is THEIR defence (as it should be) China for their part would like to keep the US out of the region.

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