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Vietnam detains energy policy think-tank chief, human rights group says

  • Vietnam has detained an energy expert who was working with the United Nations Development Programme on implementing a green energy transition project, raising concerns about restrictions on energy policy research and human rights.
  • The arrest of Ngo Thi To Nhien, the executive director of an independent think tank focused on green energy policy, is part of a larger crackdown on energy and climate experts in Vietnam, with at least five others currently detained.
  • This move by the Vietnamese government to detain experts and limit research shows the use of political prisoners as negotiation tools, and highlights the country's intolerance towards dissent and criticism.
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