As Vietnam prepared to hold a Party Congress this week, the country was gripped with news of a corruption scandal. Some in the Vietnamese media have called for the resignation of leaders and their cronies. This has led some to wonder whether the state is loosening its grip on the normally well-behaved, obedient Vietnamese press. But others say it's all party posturing.
Scandals Ignite Debate on Vietnam's Free Press
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