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European Studies Review 06 2022

24/10/2022

Năm 2022 ;

Số 6 ;

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EUROPEAN SECURITY - POLITICS

 

1. NATALIA BORISOVNA KONDRATIEVA & DANG THI PHUONG HOA & VU XUAN MAI

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New points in the European Union’s “coherence policy”

Abstract: On the basis of the analysis of regulations and documents of the European Union (EU), the article clarifies the composition of changes in the “coherence policy” in the period 2021-2027 compared with 2014-2020, concluding that “coherence policy” continues to play an important role in EU operations, because the volume of funding it from the general budget is still very high. The article pays special attention to the decision to redirect for the period 2021-2027, when one-third of the allocation from eurozone policy funds for programs is diverted to the goal of implementing a circular and climate-neutral economy.

 

2. VU THUY TRANG

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International integration as a key orientation in the foreign policy of the Communist Party of Vietnam (2016-2021): Achievements, challenges and prospects

Abstract: The thought of expanding foreign relations, integration with the region and the world of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) has been clearly shown in the diplomatic documents of Vietnam’s government and documents of the National Congress of CPV. The process of Vietnam’s international integration has taked place in many areas and in many different levels, from bilateral, sub-regional, regional, inter-regional and global. The paper focuses on assessing the achievements that Vietnam has gotten on the integration process, both in bilateral and in multilateral cooperation. Vietnam has taken advantage of a favorable international environment to concentrate on socio-economic development, maintaining peaceful environment, stabilizing national security, improving the position of the country in the international arena. Besides, Vietnams international integration process still has faced many difficulties such as, sometimes it has not keeping up with the situation, has not foreseen all adverse effects, has not exploited well and brought into full play the interwoven interests with important partners etc. Finally, the paper also raised the forthcoming prospects for Vietnam’s international integration in the direction of the 13th National Congress of the CPV.

 

EUROPEAN LAW - ECONOMY

 

3. LE THU HA

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Rusia’s marine policy and development of its marine industry

Abstract: Russia’s Maritime Policy, approved by President of the Russian Federation V. Putin in July 2001, is the basic document defining the state policy of the Russian Federation in the field of maritime activities. After few years of ratification, this document was considered to allow further strengthening of Russia's position as a leading maritime power and facilitate the achievement of the objectives of maritime policy. However, since then, no action plan has been put in place and the marinetime is not on the development priority of Russia’s agenda. Therefore, Russia’s marine industries, including shipbuilding, oil and gas, fishing, and marine transportation, have not developed to their full potential.

 

4. NGUYEN VAN LAM

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Regulations of Limited Partnership by Shares in Europe and some recommendations for Vietnam

Abstract: Limited Partnership by Shares (LPS) is a type recognized and regulated by the laws of many European countries such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Luxembourg, etc. This type of company is a flexible combination of both division and linkage between the two types of liability regimes, which are unlimited and limited by the owners, contributing to the diversity of types of corporations. company for investors to choose from. The following article analyzes the regulations of LPS in the laws of some European countries, thereby suggesting additional issues and needs in the regulations of Vietnam’s Law on Enterprises.

 

EUROPEAN HISTORY - CULTURE - SOCIETY

 

5. PHAN THI THU HANG

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Care for elderly people in Sweden and China: Some policy recommendations for Vietnam

Abstract: The article focuses on analyzing two models of elderly care in Sweden and China from the policy perspective to health care services, social allowances etc. On this basis, the author tries to clarify the differences between these two models, make some basic assessments and propose some policy recommendations for Vietnam.

 

6. NGUYEN THI NGOC & NGUYEN THI ANH THU

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Development of cultural and creative industries in the European Union in recent years

Abstract: The paper analyzes some aspects of the cultural and creative industry development in the European Union (EU) in recent years. From the data published by EU agencies and case studies, the paper shows that the cultural and creative industry has been present in the EU for decades, but it has only been recognized and mentioned a lot by the EU’s leaders and scientists recently. In fact, it makes a great contribution to the economy, creating jobs, preserving, promoting and spreading the cultural capital of Europeans. Its development process is influenced by many factors, there are advantages but also disadvantages, for example, the digitalization process, changing customer needs, the impact of COVID-19... The The EU has also made some adjustments in its development policy. Therefore, in the coming time, we hope to witness the outstanding development of the industry in the EU, as well as in other countries around the world.
 

VIETNAM - EUROPEAN RELATIONS

 

7. DINH LE HONG GIANG

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Vietnam-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership

Abstract: In 2022, Vietnam and Russia will mark the 10th anniversary of the establishment of a comprehensive strategic partnership. In the article, the author studies the driving forces that have pushed the two countries to come to the above political decision. At the same time, the author clarifies the process of implementing the committed goals, evaluates the current state of cooperation, and prospects for the development of Vietnam-Russia relations. Based on the scientific analysis, the author concludes that, despite the close political and security links, Vietnam and Russia have not exploited the full potential of their comprehensive strategic partnership, especially in the economic sphere. The efforts of the two countries in trade liberalization in the framework of the Eurasian cooperation will continue to boost bilateral trade, thereby increasing the quality of their comprehensive strategic partnership.

 

8. DINH MANH TUAN & VU BINH MINH

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Vietnam and Russia are strengthening cooperation in the fields of agriculture and energy

Abstract: In recent years, besides consolidating and maintaining economic cooperation relations in traditional fields, Vietnam and Russia have also actively expanded cooperation in a number of new fields, such as investing in agriculture or developing renewable and green energy. These can be seen as promising new directions in economic cooperation between the two sides.

 


 

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