Vietnam, like China, is indeed a consumerist totalitarian state, and it too believes that good shopping can replace good governance. It thinks that substituting material goods for freedom is a bargain its citizens will buy. The people I write about in Censorship in Vietnam disagree. For them, freedom is a muscle that atrophies if you don’t

The American Military and the Press: From Vietnam to Iraq As described by Margot Norris, Cronkite “warned that unlike the provisional and temporary censorship of reportage in World War II or Vietnam, the prior limitation and control of access to combat news made the data and firsthand accounts needed for the historiography of the … Facebook 'Complicit' in Vietnam Censorship: Amnesty Apr 22, 2020 Censorship in Vietnam: Brave New World: Bass, Thomas Sep 22, 2017 Censorship in Vietnam: JFK Miller Interviews Thomas Bass

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Apr 22, 2020 "The Art of Censorship in Vietnam" by Libby, Samantha The decision to remove one painting and ignore the other highlights the failure of Vietnam's policy of control and demonstrates the fundamentally self-defeating nature of censorship. Vietnam is in a unique position historically; it embraces Western capitalism and development and shuns the value system that brought the elites of the Socialist Netizens adapt to social media censorship in Vietnam

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Censorship in Vietnam: Brave New World by Thomas Bass Sep 22, 2017