In 2018, President Trump signed Hmong Veterans’ Service Recognition Act that authorized Hmong and Laotian American veterans who fought in the Vietnam War alongside with the US Armed Forces to be buried in US national cemetery. Join this special event to hear incredible stories from Hmong and Laotian veterans and why it is important to defend freedom as well as how President Trump has been the champion for the veterans community. Limited space, RSVP today!
A true elimination of the problem will only come with broader political change in the country. Is Laos’ ruling communist party building up to an anti-corruption campaign similar to the ones we’ve seen in China and Vietnam? Since Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith came to power in early 2016, more officials have been dismissed because of […]
Free All Wrongfully Detained; Permit Peaceful Rally (New York) – The Lao government should immediately release political activists arrested for planning a peaceful pro-democracy rally in Vientiane, Human Rights Watch said today. On November 12, 2019, Lao authorities arrested at least seven activists in the loose network of the unregistered pro-democracy group Lao National Unity […]
At least 1,000 families from 20-some villages in northwestern Laos’ Xayaburi province will be forced to relocate if infrastructure officials move ahead with plans to build a fourth hydropower dam on the Lower Mekong River, a provincial official said Monday. The Pak Lay hydropower project is located downstream of the Xayaburi dam, which is now […]