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13th South China Sea International Conference, 18 - 19 November 2021
Looking back to a Brighter future
The most flagship event of the year has been reaching. South China Sea International Conference is a premium regional security forum focusing on SCS issues and ocean governance. This year, the event will be paneled by around 40 high-profile speakers and prominent experts who will be joined by an audience of hundreds of on-site and online participants. They are senior officials, members of diplomatic corps, business executives, leading scholars and academics and informed public throughout the world. The conference will provide participants with an unique opportunity to comprehensively analyse the state of affairs of the SCS and beyond, discuss measures to promote maritime cooperation and explore pathways towards the enhancement of security and prosperity of the Indo-Pacific
The Roles of Business Associations in the Law Making and Implementation
Book Review - Times of Uncertainty
National Policies and International Relations under Covid-19 in Southeast-Asia and Beyond
The VNU-University of Social Sciences and Humanities (VNU-USSH) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) office in Hanoi co-host a book review webinar on “Times of Uncertainty - National Policies and International Relations under Covid-19 in Southeast-Asia and Beyond” on November 16th 2021. The main objective of the event is to inform scientific community in and outside Vietnam, practitioners and students about key results of the book which examines the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Southeast Asia region. Thereby, participants can further discuss how the success in combating the pandemic in 2020 and the worsened situation in 2021 in Southeast Asia have affected international relations and the internal stability of the affected countries.
Foreign Policy Analysis
Course Building Workshop
Foreign Policy Analysis have been developed and established in IR literature and teaching around the world since 1990s, yet this are not the case in Vietnam. The dissemination of Foreign Policy Analysis will complete the course “Vietnam Foreign Policy”, which have been adopted into and became the core teaching of IR syllabus among Vietnamese universities since its very first days.
Covid-19 and International Relations
One Year Implementation of EVFTA: Impacts on the Vietnamese Economy and Policy Formation
The short supply chain of agricultural products in Moc Chau district, Son La province
Dissemination of Research’s findings
Quarterly Report (III - 2021) - Independent Assessment of Vietnam's Macroeconomic Performance
The main objective of the event is to provide up-to-date information, statistics and comprehensive analysis as well as policy recommendations for Vietnam to improve the quality of decision-making process in terms of macroeconomic policies.
10th Anniversary of Vietnam - Germany Strategic Partnership
The Strategic Partnership between Vietnam and Germany established in October 2011 marked a new breakthrough in the bilateral relationship. Over the last decade, both countries have overcome many challenges to realize the Strategic Partnership with remarkable achievements in many areas. Political cooperation has been intensively developed through various bilateral and multilateral mechanisms. In terms of economy, Germany has been Vietnam’s largest trade partner among EU countries and contributed significantly to Vietnam’s economic development. About 300 Germany companies have invested in Vietnam with more than US$ 2 billion. Visible progress has been made in other realms, particularly education, security and defence. Vietnam - Germany relations have increasingly important meaning not only to each other, but also to interregional and global peace and prosperity.
Impacts of COVID-19 on the Global Supply Chains and Policy Implication for Vietnam
The COVID-19 pandemic, with the new waves of infection in the year 2021, is a top concern for supply chain leaders in all industries around the world. The spread of the virus has been affecting the global supply chains due to the interdependence of supply, production and distribution on a worldwide scale. Most organizations and businesses in the world in general, and in Vietnam in particular, have been experiencing significant supply chain disruptions. This is having an increasingly large impact on the operation of the entire economy and its ability to recover from the pandemic. The impact of the pandemic on supply chain disruptions is becoming more widespread and severe, requiring scholars and researchers to understand the limitations and weaknesses of the current global supply chains, thereby proposing adjustments and innovations to ensure the coherence, flexibility and adaptability of the supply chains in different contexts.