European studies review No 9.2019

09/10/2019

EUROPEAN SECURITY - POLITICS

1. NGUYEN CAO THANH

70 years German Constitution: Mechanism to decelerate the dynamics of politics and to protect freedom and the rule of law

Abstract: The German Constitution was passed under special circumstances. The winning Western Power imposed it on the German state established on their occupied territory. Forty years later, it became the Constitution of a reunited country when the German Democratic Republic was defunct and joined the Federal Republic of Germany. The special fact is that the Constitution contains provisions to decelerate the speed and dynamics of politics, of the legislation as well as of the executive with the goal as to protect freedom and the rule of law. Why should the Constitution do this and how it is doing this?

 

2. TRỊNH THỊ HIỀN

Civil society organizations in Slovakia

          Abstract: Civil society organizations (CSOs) play an important role in the economic, social and democratic development of Slovakia. CSOs in Slovakia are becoming more and more institutionally. CSOs also play an active role in engaging in public affairs, promoting human rights approaches to social services and in policymaking in Slovakia. The article presents an overview of civil society organizations in Slovakia.

 

EUROPEAN LAW - ECONOMY

3. PHAM NGUYEN MINH & DINH CONG HOANG

Experience of some countries for sustainable export of fruits and vegetables production to EU market and lessons for Vietnam

Abstract: In 2017, EU imported 26,8 billion euros of vegetables and fruits,, accounting for 23,6% of the total value of imported food. This article analyses the sustainable export experiences of fruit and vegetable production from China, Turkey and some countries in Africa to EU market and then draw some lessons for Vietnam.

 

4. NGUYEN THI HOA MAI

Renewable energy in Norway

Abstract: The article explains why renewable energy has become a trend of energy development in Norway and mentions the orientation in making renewable energy development policy this Nordic country. It also indicates the practical use of renewable energy in Norway and the obstacles that Norway has to deal with while developing this energy source.

 

EUROPEAN HISTORY - CULTURE - SOCIETY

5. TRAN THI KHANH HA

Italian language - From Origins to present day

Abstract: Dante Alighieri was the greatest Italian author. His poems created the standard Italian language that was recognized as the national language of Italy: 90% of the basic Italian lexicon in use nowadays was in his Divine Comedy. Italian language, as we know, has a long and quite complicated development. On the peninsula, there has always had regional dialects up to the present time. In 1861, the year of the unification of Italy, only about 2.5% of people on the peninsula spoke standard Italian. As a result of Government efforts, by 2012, 53% of Italians used mostly the national language within their family. The article explores the formation and development of Italian language, especially the contribution of ‘the father of Italian' – Dante.

 

6. NGUYEN THI NGA

The situation of labor and employment market in the federal Republic of Germany (2002-2018)

Abstract: In the early years of the 21st century, the German economy was in crisis and severe recession: Germany completely lost its position of Europe's leading economy with a growth rate lower than the average rate of the EU; the unemployment rate in 2002 amounted to 13.4% - the highest rate among all developed countries; in addition, its welfare fund was in danger of collapse. In the context of falling into an economic crisis, the German government launched comprehensive economic and social reform programs. One of the main focus of these reform programs is on labor market. As a result, the labor and employment market situation in the Federal Republic of Germany has improved, the unemployment rate is under control, and the German economy has returned to the growth trend.

 

VIETNAM-EUROPEAN RELATIONS

7.  VU TUAN HUNG

Solution for development the intellectual assets is vietnam's geographical indication in the implementation of EVFTA and the context of new international integration

Abstract: Vietnam is now integrating deeply into the world, this work requires Vietnam to have products with quality, brand, clear origin,... to compete domestically and for export. Products of specific quality associated with the geographical region are the focus that businesses aim to improve and make it became competitive and developing product. This paper presents solutions to improve the construction and development of intellectual asset as Vietnam's geographical indication in the context of new EVFTA and internationalization.

 

8. NGUYEN MINH PHUONG

Foreign direct investment from EU to ASEAN and some policy implications for Vietnam

Abstract: EU is a long-standing and the largest foreign direct investment (FDI) partner in ASEAN. FDI flows from EU to ASEAN are expected to continue to increase in the future, which will contribute to the economic development in ASEAN countries. Vietnam is the third largest FDI recipient from the EU in the region; but the proportion is still very limited. With the early signing of the bilateral trade agreement with the EU (EVFTA), Vietnam has advantages in attracting FDI from the EU partners, thereby improving the quality of current FDI inflows. This paper therefore focuses on assessing FDI from the EU to ASEAN in general and to Vietnam in particular; identifying opportunities and challenges for Vietnam in attracting FDI inflows from EU countries; and making some policy implications for Vietnam.

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