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Title :VIETNAMESE FOREIGN POLICY: MEMORY AND LEARNING IN THE DOI MOI ERA
Authors :Chapman Nicholas
Issue Date :23-Jun-2018
Description :Ever since 1988, Vietnam has successfully diversified and multilateralised its relationships, whilst placing a strong degree of focus on integration into the international political economy. This multidirectional foreign policy is designed to contribute to a peaceful international environment and a stable domestic one in order to promote economic growth and build up the aggregate strength of the country. At the same time, it is designed to boost the country's autonomy, protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as hedge against potential threats. This multidirectional foreign policy has contributed significantly to the economic reformist agenda, formally initiated at the 1986 Sixth Party Congress, otherwise known as Doi Moi. Additionally, it has boosted Vietnam's international profile and reversed the diplomatic isolation it faced as the Cold War came to a close. As such, multidirectionalism has become a fundamental aspect of the Doi Moi process. This thesis traces the
博士(国際関係学)/ Ph.D. in International Relations
International University of Japan
2018
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10623/76911
Appears in Collections:01 International Relations Cluster

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