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About Sophie Quinn-Judge

Sophie Quinn-Judge is associate director of the Center for Vietnamese Philosophy, Culture and Society, Temple University, Philadelphia.

Articles by Sophie Quinn-Judge

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Vietnam and China: shoals ahead

A rumble of popular discontent in Vietnam over territorial and environmental issues signals a new phase in the old relationship between Hanoi and Beijing, says Sophie Quinn-Judge.

Hoang Minh Chinh: the honourable dissident

Vietnam's official commemoration of the Tet offensive of 1968 and the country's unification in 1975 is shadowed by the influential example of a courageous critic of the country's ruling system, says Sophie Quinn-Judge.

Who are the Vietnamese in 2005?

Writers, poets, and scholars among the virtual, worldwide Vietnamese imagined community are reinventing the moral foundations of the Vietnamese nation for an age of globalisation, says Sophie Quinn-Judge.

 (This article was first published on 29 April 2005)

Vietnam: the necessary voices

The spectrum of commitment embodied in the lives of two recently deceased figures of modern Vietnam reveals much about the country's unfinished political and ethical journey, says Sophie Quinn-Judge.
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