Anglo–Vietnamese diplomatic relationship in the seventeenth century: the case of the English East India Company

@article{Tran2021AngloVietnameseDR,
  title={Anglo–Vietnamese diplomatic relationship in the seventeenth century: the case of the English East India Company},
  author={Ngoc dung Tran},
  journal={International Journal of Asian Studies},
  year={2021},
  pages={1-19}
}
  • Ngoc dung Tran
  • Published 2 June 2021
  • History
  • International Journal of Asian Studies
Drawing on primary materials from the English East India Company (EIC) archives in the British Library (London, UK), this article investigates the early diplomatic encounters between England and Vietnam (Tonkin and Cochinchina) in the seventeenth century. Previous studies have mostly focused on the English trade in Vietnam in that period and their diplomatic missions from the late eighteenth century to 1858 but partly neglected their diplomacy in their first connections with Vietnam (1614… 
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