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The blogger

John Fuller

The blogger and political activist, Nguyen Chi Tuyen, says he’s ready to sacrifice his life for the cause.

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Art & photography

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

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Art & photography

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

For over a decade, Justin Mott has been photographing Vietnam from all angles and at all levels, from the air and on the ground.

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From the archive

The Tribunal

Alexander Hinton

As the Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia winds down, it’s time to ask whether the decade-long trial has been a waste of time and money.

Wayne’s wat

Jeff Kisseloff

Decades after Vietnam, Wayne Matthysse discovered the reason he was still alive – a temple community for children affected by HIV/AIDS.

Illustration by Oslo Davis