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Title: Rethinking the end of the Cold War and Francis Fukuyama’s ‘End of History’ hyphothesis
Author: Đỗ Thị Thủy
Source: International Studies, No. 24, June 2011, pp. 239-260.
The year 1991 marked a turning point in the world history – one of the two superpowers (the Soviet Union – USSR) collapsed, putting an end to the bipolar system and nearly half a century of the intense confrontation between the United States (US) & the USSR in their global Cold War. Two decades have passed since that day but scholars keep debating about its end, perhaps no […]
Author: Vu, Le Thai Hoang, Ph.D. 
Source: International Studies, No. 24 (June – 2011), pp. 203-219.
Being the first-ever symbol of open regionalism in Asia-Pacific since 1989, APEC with the principle of non-discrimination is seen as the premier forum to promote regional trade liberalization and economic integration while strengthening cooperation to address non-traditional security issues. In the overall regional strategy of the Obama Administration, APEC continues to serve as an important and most appropriate bridge to link US economic interests to regional economies, thereby helping the US achieve its short-term target of doubling exports within five years while delivering […]
Title: Vietnam’s hedging strategy against China since normalization
Author: Lê Hồng Hiệp
Source: Contemporary Southeast Asia, Volume 35, Number 3, December 2013, pp. 333-368.
Since the normalization of Sino-Vietnamese relations in 1991, Vietnam’s China policy has been shaped by a combination of approaches which can be best described as a multi-tiered, omni-directional hedging strategy. The article argues that hedging is the most rational and viable option for Vietnam to manage its relations with China given its historical experiences, domestic and bilateral conditions, as well as changes in Vietnam’s external relations and the international strategic environment. The article examines the four major components of this strategy, […]
Title: The development of civil society and dynamics of governance in Vietnam’s one party rule
Author: Bùi Hải Thiêm
Source: Global Change, Peace & Security, 25:1, 77-93
Civil society has been in operation under one-party rule in Vietnam in the years since the Doi Moi (renewal) in 1986. Despite the continued monopoly of political power by the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), civil society has been gradually expanded and developed. The paper reviews recent arguments in the political science and area studies literature on the emergence of civil society in Vietnam’s Doi Moi period over the past two decades, to comment on […]
Vietnam’s Domestic–Foreign Policy Nexus: Doi Moi, Foreign Policy Reform, and Sino-Vietnamese Normalization
Title: Vietnam’s Domestic–Foreign Policy Nexus: Doi Moi, Foreign Policy Reform, and Sino-Vietnamese Normalization
Author: Lê Hồng Hiệp
Source: Asian Politics & Policy—Volume 5, Number 3—Pages 387–406.
This article examines the link between Vietnam’s adoption of the Doi Moi (renovation) policy and transformations in its China policy in the late 1980s and early 1990s as a case study of the domestic–foreign policy nexus. The article argues that during this period, changes in Vietnam’s foreign policy in general and its China policy in particular originated first and foremost from the Vietnamese Communist Party’s (VCP) domestic agenda of promoting economic […]