European studies review No 01. 2020

17/02/2020

TABLE OF CONTENT

1. The meeting to announce the decision to mobilize and appoint the Director of the Institute for European Studies

 

EUROPEAN SECURITY - POLITICS

2. BUI HAI DANG & HUYNH TAM SANG

Key challenges for regionalism in Europe in the medium term (2010-2015)

Abstract: This paper analyzes key challenges for regionalism in Europe in a medium term span (2020-2025), focusing on prolonged economic recession; the erosion of democratic values and freedom due to the rise of populism; increasing non-traditional security challenges. The economic downturn is a consequence of the global financial crisis and the European debt crisis. The populist wave has been due to the opposition against political elites, Euroscepticism and the wave of nativism. Climate change, population aging and digital revolution are among emerging non-traditional security issues with long-lasting impacts. These three challenges are intertwined, and affect regionalism in Europe, both in contemporary and in the future.

 

3. DAO BAO NGOC

Key political events of Europe in 2019 and prospects for 2020

Abstract: In 2019, Europe experienced political upheavals in European countries in particular and at the Union level as well as at global politics scope. Europe is in a whirlwind of unprecedented challenges, both in terms of its complexity and the severity of its political turmoil. The contradictions are still smoldering in European society such as: the European Parliament elections; the persistent Brexit process has not reached an unification and fate of the UK remains uncertain; the continuous implications of the migration crisis to European society; European relations with the US, China, Russia and Turkey. The article analyzes and clarifies the changes in European politics in 2019 and the prospects for Europe for 2020.

 

EUROPEAN LAW - ECONOMY

4. NGUYEN CHI HIEU

Awareness and dealing with the relationship between state, market and society: experiences from Germany

Abstract: In the field of social development management, Germany has handled harmoniously and successfully the relationship between the state, the market and the society. The paper explores German practices in terms of: the rule-of-law state in regulating the market and implementing the social justice; building and strongly developing the social market economy; harmonizing economic and social policies in social development management; at the same time, it points out some achievements and limitations in dealing with the relationship between the state, the market and the society in Germany over the past years. This will be a good example for Vietnam to reference in the situation of having to handle large relationships nowadays.

 

 

EUROPEAN HISTORY - CULTURE - SOCIETY

5. CHU THANH VAN

The role of the leader of the state in the UK’s integration into the EU from 1973 to 2016

Abstract: Together with the effects from the two levels of the national and the international, the effects of the State Leader, or in other words, that of the individual level on the integration into or exit from regional organizations, play a significant role to the political fates of both the individual and the country. The article investigates the State Leaders of the United Kingdom (UK) during its integration into the European Union (EU) from 1973 to 2016.

 

6. NGUYEN HUU PHUC

Quoc ngu in French education policy in Vietnam Colonial period (1864-1945)

Abstract: After completing the conquest and annexation of Vietnam, the French began to establish a Western education system. Because they realized that Confucian education was the main reason that prevented colonial exploitation and the training of patriotic intellectuals against the France. The benefits in educational policy will go against French expectations when Chinese characters still exist. Understanding the importance of education to colonial rule, the colonial government imposed the Quoc Ngu and French language in the French-Vietnamese education program. In the two educational reforms, especially the second educational one (1917-1929), the French succeeded in training a class Vietnamese who are pro-French to assume the interpreter and secretary work in administrative agencies from the central to local levels in Vietnam. The paper will clarify the issue of Quoc Ngu in education policy that the French colonial government implemented in Vietnam during its rule (1864-1945).

 

VIETNAM-EUROPEAN RELATIONS

7. DINH MANH TUAN & VU BINH MINH

Positive developments in Vietnam-Poland relations and prospects in the future

Abstract: Over the past years, the traditional friendly relationship and multi-sector cooperation between Vietnam and Poland has developed positively. The two sides affirmed that they always attach great importance to the traditional friendship on the basis of mutual benefits, efficiency and practicality. The article analyzes the current situation of Vietnam-Poland relations on a number of aspects, such as: politics - diplomacy, economics, education - training, security and defense, etc., and analyzes the prospect of cooperation between two countries in the future.

 

8. NGUYEN QUANG MINH & VAN CONG VU

Information security issues in developing digital economy in Vietnam today

Abstract: The paper confirms the importance of information security in the development of the digital economy in Vietnam today. Through analyzing the situation of information security issues in Vietnam in recent years, the author pointed out the limitations and suggested some recommendations to contribute to information security in developing the digital economy in Vietnam in the coming time.


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