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Characteristics of Vietnamese culture

Characteristics of Vietnamese culture

(LLCT) - The historical activity of human society conforms to the nature of culture, lending it the qualities and functions of productive forces. Therefore, culture has a direct influence on nature and socio-economic building and development.

Renewal of economic thinking: A look back at 70 years

Renewal of economic thinking: A look back at 70 years

(LLCT) - Different countries have differing methods and steps of development, but in general, national governments must deal with economic regime as the most essential factor of their regimes’ stability and their countries’ respective wealth and power.

70 years of building a State of, by and for the people

70 years of building a State of, by and for the people

(LLCT) - Over the last 70 years, Vietnamese people under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) have won great victories in the resistant wars against French and American invaders, have unified the country, have carried out the renovation and have gained historic achievements in the cause of national building and defense. The Vietnamese State has been strengthened and developed to become the socialist law-ruled State of, by, and for the people.

Economic restructuring in response to climate change - theory and practice

Economic restructuring in response to climate change - theory and practice

(LLCT) - Climate change poses serious impacts on every field of social and economic life, especially in developing countries. Thus, coping with climate change, mitigating its negative impacts, and co-existing with it require joint efforts and co-ordination of all nations, regions, and sectors/areas. Of note, economic restructuring in response to climate change is an appropriate and interdisciplinary solution.

Enhancing the Party’s leadership capacity and combativeness to meet the requirements and tasks in the new period

Enhancing the Party’s leadership capacity and combativeness to meet the requirements and tasks in the new period

(LLCT) - In the past 85 years, the CPV, found and trained by President Ho Chi Minh, has led Vietnamese people to carry out a prolonged and hard revolution to overcome numerous difficulties and challenges and win the great victories. The CPV successfully led the General Insurrection in August of 1945 smashing the colonialist and feudalist yoke to establish the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.

 

The theoretical achievements of the Communist Party of Vietnam

The theoretical achievements of the Communist Party of Vietnam

(LLCT) - Over the past eighty-five years, since the foundation and under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), the Vietnamese people have won many great victories of historical and epochal significance in their revolutionary cause: The success of the Revolution in August 1945 that gave birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam; the success of the 30-year liberation war and the wars to protect the Southwestern border and Northern border of the country; the success of the national renovation cause and the process of national construction and development. 

Creativeness in the Party’s foreign guideline in the renovation period

Creativeness in the Party’s foreign guideline in the renovation period

(LLCT) - One of the most striking characteristics of the renovation of the Party’s thoughts of foreign affairs was to thoroughly grasp, apply, and creatively develop Marxism - Leninism and Ho Chi Minh Thought regarding diplomacy.

Promoting and cultivating solidarity, wisdom and discipline traditions

Promoting and cultivating solidarity, wisdom and discipline traditions

(LLCT) - Traditions are cultural values steadily crystallized and derived from a political, social organization, and from a community. These cultural traditions are flowing, handed down, spread and absorbed over times and are more and more preserved, promoted and cultivated.

Blue marine economy: Problems and approaches for Vietnam

Blue marine economy: Problems and approaches for Vietnam

(LLCT) - The marine economy has significantly contributed to the country’s economy, but its development scale is so far not commensurate with the sea’s potential and values. Development of the blue marine economy is the right choice to develop rapidly, efficiently and sustainably the marine economy in the direction towards industrialization and modernization.

The continuation of Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos

(LLCT) - The Vietnam State has peacefully and continuously managed Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos throughout historical periods - at least from the 17th century to the present.

Creative application and development of Marxism - Leninism to the Party’s building and leadership of the revolution in Vietnam

(LLCT) - Marxism - Leninism points out that the birth of Communist parties follows the same pattern but each country should have its own path. Vietnam was completely different from Russia and European countries; establishing a proletariat party in a country with backward agriculture, which was under feudalist and colonialist rule for centuries, was a new, difficult question.

Issues of ownership of production means in Vietnam over 30 years of renovation

(LLCT) - From the 6th Congress upto now, the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) has constantly made new progress in awareness of the important position of the issue of ownership and diversification of ownership forms in the socialist-oriented market economy. The National Party Conference in the middle of the 7th tenure has determined ownership and production relations are components of the socio-economic form. Thus, establishing mastership of the means of production is foundation, goals and means for building a new society.

Democratically seeking breakthrough in development of the Academy

Democratically seeking breakthrough in development of the Academy

(LLCT) - The Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) solemnly held its 65th Anniversary and received its second Ho Chi Minh Medal on 24 September 2014. General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong attended the ceremony and made a speech in which he confirmed the importance of the HCMA in training personnel in leadership and managerial positions and conducting research into political theories for the Party and State. The Journal would like to reprint an excerpt of this important speech. The title is written by the Editorial board.

 
Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics to uphold its 65-year tradition and innovate to meet Party’s requirements in new period

Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics to uphold its 65-year tradition and innovate to meet Party’s requirements in new period

(LLCT) - The 65th anniversary of the Academy is an occasion for its entire staff to look back on their careers and pay their gratitude to their predecessors who laid foundations for its traditions. This is also an opportunity for them to think about the fine values of the Academy and to express their determination to promote such values in the time to come. It is hoped and believed that the Academy, given the sense of respon-sibility and effort among its staff, will make even more significant contribu-tions to the cause of making Vietnam a more prosperous and happier country.

Theoretical development on the transition to socialism in Vietnam

(LLCT) - The main points of Marx’ and Engels’ theories of socialism include eradication of human exploitation, class and ethnic oppression, inequality by abolishing private ownership of productive materials, and establishing public ownership in order to bring about economic development and good lives for the people. The ten solutions they put forward in the Manifesto of the Communist Party published in February 1848 focused on fulfilling the objectives of socialism. They criticized reactionary socialist movements including feudalist, petite bourgeoisie, and capitalist socialism. This proved the need for a corrected perception of socialism as a scientific branch. F. Engels emphasized that if socialism was to become a science it had to be, first and foremost, based on realities(1).

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