Vietnam has a communist government that has one party while other countries like the United States have two or more political parties. Vietnam is also one of the few remaining countries that relies on a communist governm... More »

As of May 2015, Vietnam is a Communist state run by a single Communist party. The head of state is the President, who is appointed by the National Assembly. More »

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The Potawatomi form of government was localized with little central political organization. Generally, they did not have a chief of the entire tribe. They organized themselves into patrilineal clans, and a senior male of... More »

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As of May 2015, Vietnam is a Communist state run by a single Communist party. The head of state is the President, who is appointed by the National Assembly. More »

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Film makers can legally make films in Vietnam, but films considered anti-government remain illegal, as of 2015. While the maximum penalties for such films depend on the nature of the film and its maker, they are normally... More »

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Ngo Dinh Diem was the Roman Catholic who became president of the Republic of Vietnam in 1955. He was staunchly anti-communist and devoutly religious, which led to his assassination in 1963. More »

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The country of Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by China to the north, Cambodia to the west and Laos to the east. More »