Vietnam: The Third Wave of State Building

@article{Vasavakul1997VietnamTT,
  title={Vietnam: The Third Wave of State Building},
  author={T. Vasavakul},
  journal={Southeast Asian Affairs},
  year={1997},
  volume={1997},
  pages={337-363}
}
  • T. Vasavakul
  • Published 1997
  • Economics
  • Southeast Asian Affairs
  • During the 1990s, leaders of the Vietnamese Communist Party (VCP) have implemented policies to reorganize and strengthen state institutions, while retaining the party's leadership. In politics, they have reformed the VCP apparatus itself, the state administrative system, the National Assembly, and the Fatherland Front and mass organizations. In the economic sphere, they have endorsed the leading role of the state and collective sectors, along with recognition of the rights of other sectors. In… CONTINUE READING
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