Mark Ashwill

Mark A. Ashwill is an international educator who has lived and worked in Vietnam since 2005.  He blogs at An International Educator in Viet Nam

Balancing Solidarity & Individualism in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond: a View from Vietnam

Promoting Study in the USA in Trying Times

Vietnam Criticized for Its First-Round Victory Over COVID-19

A Letter From Viet Nam on the Occasion of the 45th Anniversary of the End of the War

View From Vietnam: COVID-19 Reminds the World That Trump Has No Clothes

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Do as the Vietnamese Do

Why Constructive Criticism of the US is Not Anti-American

Playing Geopolitical Whack-a-Mole: The Viet Nam Flag Issue Revisited

Reflections on General Giap and the End of an Era in Vietnam

Whose Bread I Eat, His Song I Sing: An International Education Nonprofit and a Devil’s Bargain

Coming to Terms with the Past by Honoring Historical Truth: The Case of Fulbright University Vietnam

Albright & Powell to Speak at Major International Education Conference: What Were They Thinking?

On the Outside Looking In: an American in Vietnam

The Metamorphosis of International Students Into Honorary US Nationalists: a View from Viet Nam

A “Patriotic” Education Study Abroad Program in Viet Nam: God Bless America, Right or Wrong!

Vietnam: North/South and the Party Line

The Latest Fake News on Vietnam

More Demons Unleashed After Fulbright University Vietnam Official Drops Rhetorical Bombshells

If I Were US Ambassador to Vietnam…

The Fat Lady Finally Sings: Bob Kerrey Quietly Resigns from Fulbright University Vietnam Leadership Position

Just Because the Golden Arches are in Vietnam Doesn’t Mean the US Won the War

“Freedom isn’t Free” in the Land of the Delusional & the Home of the Duped

What Were They Thinking? Bob Kerrey and Fulbright University