Following four decades since the end of the Vietnam War, Vietnam’s relationship with the US has changed significantly.
After the Vietnam War in 1975, the US and Vietnam announced normal diplomatic relations on July 11, 1995.
- Vietnam and the United States celebrated 25 years of diplomatic relations in July this year – a testament to improving bilateral and economic ties since the Vietnam War.
- Vietnam has emerged as an ideal alternative manufacturing destination to China for US businesses, in part due to the US-China trade war and disrupted supply chains due to the coronavirus pandemic.
- Vietnam Briefing discusses trends in the Vietnam-US relationship, growing economic ties, and how US businesses can leverage and benefit from moving their production to Vietnam.
US and Vietnam commemorate 25 years of diplomatic relations
This year in July, the US and Vietnam commemorated 25 years of diplomatic relations – with the US congratulating Vietnam on its ASEAN chairmanship and reaffirming its support for Vietnam, including peaceful resolution of disputes, rule of law, freedom of…