Illegal logging: from the rainforest to your dining room
Vietnam’s booming furniture trade feeds off precious Lao jungles, where logging is legally forbidden.
America's longest war should end
Opinion: In Afghanistan, the US is out of money and out of options.
Cyber attack claims victims worldwide (PHOTOS)
Who are the victims?
Only viable population of rare gibbons found in Vietnam
The world's only viable population of endangered northern white-cheeked crested gibbons has been found in the remote Vietnamese highlands, conservationists said Monday.
"Executing" celebrity sex offender OK'd
U.K. authorities say TV show allowed to dramatize fictional death of rocker Gary Glitter, sentenced in Vietnam for sex crimes
Opinion: Rocky times ahead in South China Sea
Given the nationalist sentiment underlying all parties’ claims in the sea, future incidents would be extraordinarily difficult to de-escalate.
Conservation group urges Vietnam to ban bear bile massage oil
Bear bile, used in East Asian traditional medicine, is extracted from the gall bladders of live Asian black bears, or "moon bears," that are kept in tiny cages.
Vietnam flexes muscle in the South China Sea
Tensions are always percolating in disputed waters, but this time Vietnam's protests have been allowed to go on.
South China Sea: China vs. Vietnam
Amid the escalating dispute over territorial waters, China’s rivals are toying with a simple idea: change the name of the sea.
Vietnam to hold live-fire exercises in South China Sea (UPDATES)
An escalating territorial row between China and Vietnam has also seen hackers post patriotic messages to thousands of websites.
The Philippines aims to claim the South China Sea
The Phillipine Armed Forces supports a proposal to rename the South China Sea to the Western Philippines Sea.
For better or worse: foreign brides in South Korea
The brutal murders of Vietnamese brides in South Korea highlight integration difficulties.
Fish sauce in Vietnam
Vietnam's thirst for beer is hard to quench
Vietnam is Heineken's third-largest market after the US and France.
Reviving the Vietnam War's fish sauce industry
Fish sauce, a staple in Vietnam, has a noble history linked to Ho Chi Minh himself. But today, the industry is dying.
Back in the saddle...
Once again, there's an "i" in Bricyard <img src="http://www.globalpost.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/half-column/vietnam_traffic.jpg" alt="Vietnam traffic photo" title="" class="imagecache-half-column" /> HOANG DINH NAM - AFP/Getty Images
Dylan in China: no big deal
Many commentators say Bob Dylan is a sellout for playing a preapproved set list in China. Here's why they're missing the point.
BRIC-V? On vacation in Vietnam....
India's city planners should visit new Saigon....
Bob Dylan does Asia
For Vietnam, it's a sign that, yes, the times they are a-changin.'
Why some Southeast Asian criminals can't be deported from the U.S.
Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam won't repatriate citizens who run afoul of U.S. law
Banh mi: more than a sandwich
The Vietnamese sandwich is among the tasty new treats available in the Oxford English Dictionary.
Bear bile farms confronted in Vietnam
Draining bile out of drugged bears locked in cages? In Asia, it's a criminal folk remedy
Myanmar earthquake near Thailand border kills at least 70 (UPDATES)
Tremors from the Myanmar quake were felt as far away as Bangkok, Thailand, and the Vietnamese capital Hanoi.
Vietnam to go ahead with nuclear plans
Safety will be of the utmost importance, but Vietnam has no plans to cancel reactors set for 2020.
Suggest Egypt-style revolt in Vietnam, go directly to jail
Communist government claims pro-democracy activist agitated for revolution
Can Vietnam breed innovators?
Schools try different tactics to reverse "brain drain" and get overseas Vietnamese to help educate their own back home.
Vietnam: Tourist boat sinks, killing 12 foreigners
Boat packed with foreigners sank in Vietnam's scenic Ha Long Bay, killing 12 people.
Updated: A blow to Vietnam's press freedom
Veteran reporter set aflame in his own home
Vietnam: In the Year of the Cat, Tet brings less fanfare
This week’s Lunar New Year will be a somber one in Vietnam, thanks to a rocky economy.
The black market knows best
Vietnam's artificial currency valuation invites clever get-rich trick
Vietnam party congress: where to go from here?
Analysis: Few surprises at the Party Congress, and likely none ahead.