Category Archives: Political Dissent

Immobile

Seems that when a totalitarian leader has started to commit atrocities, there is no turning back, and rarely any possibility of voluntary departure. Increasing focus on destruction of enemies and limited trust of those who are supposedly close. Presumption as … Continue reading

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Elevation

Reading “The wounds of war“, by Carl Meyer, in the Embassy newspaper. How does one address Vietnamese government approach to dissent and human rights, given a history of foreign intervention in that country, leading to Vietnamese government views that much … Continue reading

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