Saturday, 19/10/2019
  • Contributing to perfecting the socialist-oriented market economy in the context of international integration in Vietnam

    Over the past 30 years of renovation, Vietnam has made important achievements in socio-economic development. However, as the Communist Party of Vietnam has stated, the risk of economically lagging behind countries in the region and in the world is serious for Vietnam. Therefore, in terms of theory and practice, the completion of the socialist-oriented market economy in the new context of international integration is an urgent issue that needs to be addressed in Vietnam at present.
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  • Forecasting relations among big countries and their impact on Vietnam

    Relations among big countries have exerted a multi-dimensional impact on international movement and development as well as political situation, global economy, international relations and national interests. It is forecasted that in the coming time with rapid and profound changes in the world situation new developments and moves in relations among powers will take place, greatly affecting other countries, including Vietnam.

  • Vietnam diplomatic sector has proactively implemented the foreign policy of the 12th Party Congress *

    The year 2016 ended with more complicated and unpredictable development in the regional and world situation. The world economy was unstable; the growth rate fell to its lowest level in many years. The populist and national movement was on the rise. Brexit and political changes took place in many countries unexpectedly. The process of globalization, and international integration faced with new challenges. Competition in strategy and rally of force among major countries was complicated, making multi-dimensional impacts to small and medium countries. Many "hot spots" in the Middle East, East Asia, and South Asia continued to stand at stalemate, running the risk of explosion. Disputes over territorial sovereignty, sea, islands and natural resources became fiercer while non-traditional security challenges such as climate change, water security, cyber security, migration, terrorism emerged sharply, threatening the security and stability of many countries, including Vietnam.

  • Effectively handle the relation between independence, and self-reliance and international integration of Vietnam in the new context

    Protecting independence, self-reliance is a consistent principle in the viewpoint on international integration of the Communist Party of Vietnam and the persistent line in the process of building socialism in Vietnam since the renovation. Renewing thinking about the relation between independence, self-reliance and international integration contributes to innovative thinking in the formulation and implementation of socio-economic development strategies, sectoral and field strategies in face of current external rapid changes and in-depth and extensive international integration of Vietnam.

  • Justice judgment and prospects for peaceful solutions to disputes in the East Sea

    The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) constituted under Annex VII to the 1982 United Nation Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) on 12 July 2016, issued an Award, ending a nearly 3-year long process arbitration instituted by the Philippines against China concerning certain issues of disputes in the East Sea. The Award is not only a tremendous legal victory for the Philippines over China, but also significantly contributes to the process of resolving disputes in the East Sea and the development of international laws in general.

  • Viet Nam-US Relation: New Developments

    Viet Nam-US relation is said to achieve rapid, substantive and comprehensive progress since the normalization of bilateral relations in 1995. US President B.Obama’s visit to Viet Nam in May 2016 reinforced the foundation and strengthened the Viet Nam-US “substantive comprehensive and effective partnership for the benefits of the two countries, thus contributing to maintaining peace, stability and cooperation in the region and the world.”

  • New dynamics of international relations

    The world has entered 2016 with signs of a very exciting year. Although there has been no abrupt change in the overall picture of international relations, and the common trend is to strengthen cooperation or restraint from conflict, the world is witnessing movements with various "rhythm" creating new impetus to relations between countries, between international organizations, whether large or small.

  • Local external relations’ contributions to socio-economic development and international integration

    In recent years, local external relations have been deployed in an active, proactive, synchronous, and comprehensive manner, becoming one of the important integral components of Viet Nam’s foreign affairs, contributing significantly to socio-economic development and international integration of the country.

  • Asia-Pacific in 2015: changes towards a new regional order?

    In 2015, the Asia-Pacific region witnessed many new and substantive developments in international relations. These developments in the long term will contribute to creating a new regional order with new power relationships that countries, big or small, must take into account during policy making process.

  • Viet Nam’s achievements in foreign affairs during the past 5 years

    The 11th Party Congress marked an important shift in foreign policy thinking. We advocate “synchronous, comprehensive, and effective external activities” in all bilateral and multilateral channels, building upon the close coordination between Party external relations, State diplomacy, parliamentary foreign affairs and people-to-people diplomacy. The 11th Party Congress set out the line of “proactive, and active international integration” which is concretized by Resolution No. 22-NQ/TW on 10 April 2013 of the Politburo on international integration. The resolution advocates for proactive and active participation in multilateral institutions, contribution to building equal and democratic political and economic order, prevention of wars, conflicts, consolidation of peace, and promotion of cooperation for mutual benefit.

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