6.03.2023 Convergence of Political and Economic System of Vietnam (“The Diplomat”)

On March 6 (7 pm – Canada, US Standart time), by invitation of the editorial board of the famous world edition of “the Diplomat” magazine, the founder of the Project Alpa Ost EU took part in an international conference devoted to the problems of trade and economic interaction with Vietnam in modern conditions against the background of modern integration processes.

At the event, a range of key international issues were discussed, particularly those to influence the state of economic relations between Vietnamese entrepreneurs with their Western colleagues in present time global business surrounding.

The main topics were introduced by:

Conference Speakers
Zachary Abuza
Dr. Zachary Abuza is a Professor at the National War College, in Washington, D.C., where he focuses on Southeast Asia, including governance, insurgencies, democratization and human rights, and maritime security. He is the author of four books, including “Conspiracy of Silence: The Insurgency in Southern Thailand” (2008), “Political Islam and Violence in Indonesia” (2006), “Militant Islam in Southeast Asia” (2003), and “Renovating Politics in Contemporary Vietnam” (2001).
Hai Hong Nguyen
Dr. Hai Hong Nguyen holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Queensland. He is an honorary research fellow at the Centre for Policy Futures, UQ. His research focuses on democratization, democratic theory, local governance and democracy, state-society relations, the impact of social media on political transformation, international relations in the Indo-Pacific region, Southeast Asia, and particularly Vietnamese politics. He is the author of ”Political Dynamics of Grassroots Democracy in Vietnam” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).
Linh Nguyen
Linh Nguyen is an Associate Director in the Southeast Asia Business Intelligence practice, at Control Risks based in Singapore. Before joining Control Risks, Linh was a foreign correspondent for the Financial Times and Reuters, with posting in Hanoi, Jakarta and London, and experience reporting across Southeast Asia over the previous decade. Linh has an MSc in Asian Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London and an undergraduate degree in International Economics from the Vietnam National University.

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