European studies review No 7.2019

05/08/2019

EUROPEAN SECURITY - POLITICS

1.  NGUYEN QUANG THUAN

The globalization and its impacts on the relations of Vietnam and the Russian Federation

Abstract: The globalization process has new features and movement trends with strong adjustment of actors participating in this process, from international and regional institutions, transnational companies, to every countries and businesses. The process of globalization in the first two decades of the 21st century is posing new challenges and opportunities, having both positive and negative aspects, cooperative and competitive features for all countries and all people of the world, including the Russian Federation and Vietnam. This paper focuses on analyzing the characteristics, contents and new trends of the globalization, recognizing the impacts of the globalization on the relations of Vietnam and the Russian Federation nowadays.

 

2. LE VAN TUYEN & BUI HONG HANH 

The consequences of migration crisis for Europe and its lessons

Abstract: Europe has been facing the most serious migration crisis since the Second World War. The consequences of this crisis are extremely heavy for both migrants and European nations. In the framework of the article, the consequences are mainly considered in a number of aspects: for the unification policy of the European Union (EU), security, economic and socio-cultural issues. From that, some experience lessons can be drawn in order to cope with the risks that may arise from the migration crisis.

 

EUROPEAN LAW - ECONOMY

3. DANG MINH DUC & TRAN NAM TRUNG

Social insurance for farmers in Poland: From the view of equal distribution

Abstract: Social insurance for farmers has been done quite well in Poland, with regimes of pension, labor accident, sickness, death, health insurance, etc. However, the insurance regime for farmers has contributed to the goal of human development, ensuring equity, equality and happiness for the Europeans. The paper focuses on analyzing Poland's experience in implementing social insurance policies for farmers from the perspective of equal distribution, from which to draw some recommendations for Vietnam.

 

EUROPEAN HISTORY - CULTURE - SOCIETY

4. TRAN THI QUE CHAU

Factors affecting the Spain’s policy change from "closed-door" to "open-door" in the Philippine colony in the second half of the eighteenth century

Abstract: During more than three centuries (1571-1898) presence in the islands, Spain had implemented many policies and measures to dominate and exploit Philippine colony. In the aspect of foreign relations, Spain’s policy in the Philippines can be divided into three major phases: maintained and expanded the relationship between the Philippines to other countries in the region from 1571 to 1593; “closed-door policy” and isolation from 1593 to 1762; and switched from “loosened closed-door” to “open-door” from 1764 to 1898. In this article, we will point out and analyze key factors which impact on Spain's change from "closed-door policy” to "open-door policy" in the Philippine colony in the second half of the eighteenth century.

 

5. NGUYEN VAN SANG & NGUYEN THI KIM TIEN

The United States, Great Britian and British North America from peace to war: History of the war of 1812

Abstract: The paper analyzes the relations between the United States, Great Britain and the British North America in the war from 1812 to 1814. The analysis of this study is based on the original sources of correspondences, diplomatic documents, laws, agreements related to the two countries during the war and other monographs. The article focus on three main issues: the cause of the United States, Great Britain and the British North America from peace to war; basic process of the war of 1812; the process of establishing peace and historical consequences from this war on the parties. This study contributes to clarify on the history of the war of 1812 and the British-American relations since the independence war.

 

VIETNAM-EUROPEAN RELATIONS

6. NGUYEN THI THUY HONG

Regional development policy: Experiences of France and recommendations for Vietnam

Abstract: In the three decades after the second World War, regional development has been deployed quite strongly in France, associated with many major projects: infrastructure modernization, industrial decentralization, urban policy, rural renovation policy, etc. However, from the mid-1970s to the end of the 1980s, regional development declined in France. Until the 1990s, together with the strong process of European integration, the regional development policy became active again. The France’s experience in the territorial planning and regional development is quite rich and meaningful, and useful for Vietnam in the current period.

 

7. NGO CAM TU

The impact of Brexit to trade relations between Vietnam - United Kingdom

Abstract:  The UK's departure from the EU (Brexit) is a shock to the world. The world suffers great economic, political and social impacts. These impacts can both gain and lose in the short and long term. However, according to many experts, in the long term, Brexit will be a “golden opportunity” for Vietnam in particular and ASEAN in general. In this article, the author focuses on clarifying the impacts of Brexit on Vietnam - United Kingdom trade relations

 

INFORMATION

8. HOA HUU CUONG & DINH MANH TUAN

Main   contents   and   some   key   characteristics   of   EVFTA   and EVIPA

Abstract: On June 30, 2019, the EU - Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the Investment Protection Agreement (EVIPA) were signed by the EU and Vietnam in Hanoi. These are the first new generation trade-investment agreements that the EU has signed with a middle-income country, including many trade and investment-related contents, with different characteristics from the others that signed earlier by the two sides. The paper summarizes the main contents and analyzes some key features of EVFTA and EVIPA.


 

 


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