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The responsibility and role of ASEAN and related parties in solving disputes over the East Sea

The responsibility and role of ASEAN and related parties in solving disputes over the East Sea

(LLCT) - ASEAN’s primary purpose is to create a peaceful environment in Southeast Asia and help member countries maintain independence, unity and territorial sovereignty, leading them toward prosperity and development. Therefore, settling territorial disputes to prevent conflict in the East Sea is ASEAN’s right and responsibility. 

Vietnamese policies in settling the territorial disputes in the East Sea

Vietnamese policies in settling the territorial disputes in the East Sea

(LLCT) - In the modern regional and global context, in order to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity and settle the disputes in the East Sea, Vietnam has signed several bilateral agreements and conventions with related countries, such as the agreement about the historical water with Cambodia in 1982, the agreement of joint exploitation with Malaysia in 1992, the agreement of dividing water border with Thailand in 1997, the agreement of fixing the boundaries in the Gulf of Tonkin and fishing cooperation with China in 2000, and the agreement of fixing the continental shelf with Indonesia in 2003. 

Fight against the abuse of “civil society” for political transformation in Vietnam

Fight against the abuse of “civil society” for political transformation in Vietnam

(LLCT) - At present, the issue of “civil society” has drawn attention of many scholars, scientists, managers and policy-makers at global scale because it is an extremely complicated and sensitive socio-political issue. For Vietnam, hostile forces have been taking advantage of the civil society issue to accelerate “self-evolution”, “self-transformation” with the plot of changing the political regime in Vietnam. 

Refuting criticism to the Party’s foreign policy

Refuting criticism to the Party’s foreign policy

(LLCT) - During the renovation process, independence, autonomy, diversification, and multi-lateralization frame the consistent foreign policy of the Communist Party of Vietnam. This policy has created a high level of consensus among the entire Party, people, and army and has gained support from the international community. Due to the implementation of the Party’s appropriate foreign policy, the work of foreign affairs and international integration has made significant progress, making a worthwhile contribution to the country’s historic achievements over the past 30 years.

The role of Vietnamese overseas representatives in protecting national sovereignty over sea and islands

The role of Vietnamese overseas representatives in protecting national sovereignty over sea and islands

(LLCT) - After 30 years since the 1986 renovation when Vietnam changed its policies, including foreign affairs policies, Vietnamese Party and State has led the country to overcome the embargo and become an active country in the global stage. The open policy has helped Vietnam to quickly integrate with countries in the region and around the world. It can be said that Vietnam has never had broader relations as it does today, when it has established diplomatic relationship with 187 out of 193 member states of the United Nations, built a net of strategic partnerships with 15 countries and comprehensive partnerships with 10 other countries. 

Ensuring the right to an adequate standard of living in Vietnam

Ensuring the right to an adequate standard of living in Vietnam

(LLCT)As a member state of CESCR, Vietnam commits to respect and ensure all rights recognized in the document, including the right to an adequate standard of living. According to the 1991 and 2011 Political Platforms, and other Party documents written during the Renovation period, economic reform has been identified as the focus. Hunger eradication and poverty reduction should be promoted within the guidelines of combining economic growth with social progress and equity throughout the development process.

Marxism - Leninism never goes out of date

Marxism - Leninism never goes out of date

(LLCT) - Recently, some Western researchers and Vietnamese Party members have stated that Marxism and Leninism are outdated. They claim that in this day and age, we cannot build a good new society with prosperous people and a strong, democratic, equal and civilized nation based on those outdated theories.  We must consider several questions: Is Marxism - Leninism outdated in its theories applying to scientific significance and practical social goals? If the answer is yes, what are the reasons and foundations? If the answer is no, why can it be?

Functions of the National Assembly under the 2013 Constitution and recommendations for effective implementation

Functions of the National Assembly under the 2013 Constitution and recommendations for effective implementation

(LLCT) - Since the 1980 Constitution, the National Assembly was organized following a socialist model with three functions: “exercise constitutional and legislative power, decide significant national affairs, and exercise supreme control over all activities of the State”. These three functions are still enshrined in Article 69 of the 2013 Constitution and other current legal instruments. 

Guarantee of press and speech freedoms

Guarantee of press and speech freedoms

(LLCT) - Over the past 30 years, much progress has been made in ensuring the freedom of press and speech in Vietnam, in terms of both quantity and quality.

The science of leadership and management in Vietnam: some urgent fundamental issues

The science of leadership and management in Vietnam: some urgent fundamental issues

(LLCT) - In Vietnam, politics have long been a dominant influential factor within the country’s leadership and management. It seems that the science of leadership and management has determined its own goals, research methodology, and theory, and does not have the same necessary independence that political science (politics) does. Meanwhile, in developed countries, researchers on leadership and the science of success have already been studying this field at multiple universities. Therefore, we must admit that we have been left behind in this field. 

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