Publications

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Truong, Mai, and Paul Schuler. 2021. “The Salience of the Northern and Southern Identity in Vietnam.” Asian Politics and Policy 13(1): 18-36.

Schuler, Paul and Mai Truong. 2020. “Connected Countryside: The Inhibiting Effect of Social Media on Rural Social Movements.” Comparative Politics 52(4): 647-669

BOOK CHAPTERS

Schuler, Paul and Mai Truong. “Vietnam in 2019: A Return to Familiar Patterns” Southeast Asian Affairs. 2020 (1), 392-410. (Read text)

MEDIA ENGAGEMENT

Truong, Mai. “How Trump and the 2020 US Election Are Helping Authoritarians’ Domestic Causes.” The Diplomat. December 17, 2020. (Read text)

Truong, Mai. “Explaining Public Trust in Vietnam.” Asia Times. October 07, 2020. (Read text)

Truong, Mai. “Vietnam’s Covid-19 Success Is a Double-Edged Sword for the Communist Party.” The Diplomat. August 06, 2020. (Read text)

Truong, Mai. “Revisiting the Role of Social Media in the Dong Tam Land Dispute in Vietnam.” ISEAS Perspective. June 10, 2020. No.60. (Read text)

Truong, Mai. “Vietnam’s Communist Party Finds a Silver Lining in COVID-19.” The Diplomat. March 28, 2020. Quoted in BBC, Foreign Policy, and OneZero. (Read text)

Schuler, Paul and Mai Truong. “Leadership Reshuffle and the Future of Vietnam’s Collective Leadership?” ISEAS Perspective. February 22, 2019. No. 9. (Read text)