VOV.VN - The pathway to settle the ongoing sovereignty disputes in the East Sea, also known as the South China Sea, requires the close co-operation of concerned parties in order to press China into stopping their illegal activities in the sea, a leading security expert from the Unites States has suggested.
As the COVID-19 pandemic is spreading rapidly and causing a devastating impact in the world, Vietnam has emerged as an example in the fight against the disease and earned praise from the international community for its efforts.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has received strong praise for its stellar efforts in bringing the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic under control, with the country so far only recording 268 confirmed cases out of a population of 95.5 million, with no deaths reported.
A Vietnamese delegation is attending the Global Dialogue CSIS 2019 which opened in Indonesia’s capital city Jakarta on September 16.
A working delegation from the editorial group of the sub-committee on socio-economic affairs of the 13th Party Congress has had working sessions with several organisations and research institutions in Washington DC to study US policies, and gather experts’ recommendations to make preparations for Vietnam’s socio-economic development strategy in the time ahead.
China is engaged in a long-term and consistent campaign of coercing Southeast Asian countries to abandon their legitimate rights in the East Sea, according to an American scholar.
The 9th annual CSIS East Sea conference took place in Washington D.C on July 24, focusing on challenges in managing disputes in the sea and international interests related to the sea.
The Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) recently held a dialogue on Vietnam – US relations with Vietnamese Ambassador to the US Pham Quang Vinh and US Ambassador to Vietnam Daniel Kritenbrink in Washington D.C.
VOV.VN - A Blueprint for Fisheries Management and Environmental Cooperation in the East Sea, a tool to improve management and maintain stability in the East Sea, was introduced by the US’s Center for Strategic and International Studies last year.
The book: “From Enemies to Partners: Vietnam, the US and Agent Orange” was launched during a roundtable discussion with the two authors – Le Ke Son and Charles R. Bailey in Washington DC, the US last week.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong visited Indonesia’s Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Jakarta, where he delivered a speech on the 50 years’ path of ASEAN formation, development and future road.
VOV.VN - A number of websites and prestigious organizations are detailing Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s first official visit to the US, which is believed to mark a milestone in the two countries’ relationship.
As part of his official visit to the US, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh held separate meetings on April 21 with US Acting Trade Representative Stephen Vaughn and a group of assistants to senators of the Democratic and Republican Parties.
The verdict on the case brought by the Philippines against China’s unfounded territorial claims in the East Sea (South China Sea) took centre stage at the sixth CSIS East Sea conference in Washington D.C., the US, on July 12.
The sixth annual CSIS East Sea (South China Sea) conference took place in Washington D.C., the US, on July 12, shortly after The Hague tribunal ruled on the case brought by the Philippines against China’s unfounded sovereignty claims in the waters.
An international conference discussing on recent developments in the East Sea and relevant policies will be held by the Southeast Asia Program and Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative under the US Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) on July 12.
(VOV) - An international conference celebrating two decades of US-Vietnam relations will be held January 14 at the Reverie Saigon Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, according to an official announcement.
Vietnam’s admission to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement will not negatively affect Vietnam - China trade relations. If Vietnam can improve its competitiveness, the trade relations between the two nations will be more balanced.
(VOV) -The latest developments and policy options in the East Sea were the forefront of a conference held in Washington D.C. on July 21 hosted by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
The signing of the Vietnam-US bilateral trade agreement (BTA) in 2001 marked the start of booming trade between the two countries, which hit US$35 billion by the end of 2014 from only US$1.51 billion in 2001.