In this webinar, Professor Tuong Vu and Dr Nhu Truong discussed the various factors that have impeded Vietnam’s economic potential, the importance of gaining a better understanding of Vietnam’s developmental path to gain insights into its economic patterns and vulnerabilities, and the Communist Party of Vietnam’s (CPV) firm control of the economy and society. The discussion also examined how historical, institutional, and political elements have contributed to the current challenges facing the country.
In this webinar, Dr Tuan Ho analyzed Vietnam’s economic challenges and opportunities in 2023 and what investors should watch out for. He also discussed the measures that the Vietnamese government should take to deal with the global headwinds and domestic challenges in the year ahead.
In this webinar, Dr Joe Buckley discussed Vietnamese app-based drivers’ legal status, wages, and working conditions, as well as efforts and struggles to improve them. He compared the Vietnamese drivers’ activism to the history of labour activism in the country and put it into regional and global perspectives.
In this webinar, Mr Nguyen Hoa Cuong reviewed the achievements and challenges in Vietnam’s digitalization drive. He also discussed the opportunities and prospects of the country’s digital transformation in the coming years.
In this webinar, Dr Rajeev Ranjan Chaturvedy and Dr Pham Cao Cuong discussed the Vietnam-India comprehensive strategic partnership (CSP). They offered analyses on the key drivers of contemporary Vietnam – India relations, what the two countries have and have not achieved, and what challenges are lying ahead for bilateral ties, especially in the strategic domain.
In this webinar, Dr Edyta Roszko discussed the role of fisheries in Vietnam’s South China Sea strategy and the historical continuity of fishers’ practices in Vietnam.
In this webinar, Dr Andrew Wells-Dang reviewed developments in Vietnamese civil society over the past decade and examined prospects for Vietnamese civil society’s survival and effectiveness in the context of growing constraints and pressures.
In this webinar, Dr Vu Hai Dang provided a comprehensive overview of the South China Sea disputes between Vietnam and China, examining issues that have been resolved and those currently under negotiation. He also provided insights into how the disputes might evolve in the future.
In this webinar, Dr Martin Grossheim discussed how Vietnam has been commemorating Sino-Vietnamese armed conflicts since the early 1990s and explained Hanoi’s changing attitude towards the history of these conflicts.
In this webinar, Huyen Thanh Do analysed the causes and effects of land conflicts in Vietnam’s suburban areas since the enactment of the 2003 and 2013 land laws. She also discussed how the Vietnamese government can improve land transparency and mitigate potential land conflicts.