Historical and contemporary value of Ho Chi Minh’s journey to find way to save the country
Abstract: On 5th June 1911, Ho Chi Minh with the alias Van Ba left Nha Rong port to travel to France on the Amiral Latouche-Tréville steamer, creating a milestone and turning point to the revolution and nation of Vietnam. 110 years have passed and the path to national independence and socialism, which he identified, transforms our poor, hungry and miserable country into an independent, free and happy Vietnam, who is a sovereign and increasingly prosperous country. The historical and contemporary value of the event remains relevant and serves as the source of inspiration for our Party to continue the cause of “national independence and socialism” that He first started.
- 1 Understanding democratic leadership in Ho Chi Minh’ thought
- 2 Renewing the method of political and cultural education for university students in Vietnam today to meet practical demands
- 3 Cybersecurity in electronic news agencies in Vietnam today
- 4 Requirements for training political theory lecturers, contributing to protecting the Party's ideological foundation, countering wrong and hostile viewpoints today
- 5 Developing television talk show hosting skills
- 6 Grasping the flag of national independence and socialism, combining the right tasks of anti-imperialism and anti-feudalism from 1930 to 1945
Requirements for training political theory lecturers, contributing to protecting the Party's ideological foundation, countering wrong and hostile viewpoints today
Abstract: One of the challenges facing our Party in the current context is the task of protecting the Party's ideological foundation, fighting against wrong and hostile viewpoints, as stated in Resolution No. 35-NQ/TW of the 12th Central Committee. Political theory lecturers, through their lectures and research, will provide knowledge to shape and develop a scientific worldview, a revolutionary worldview, and strengthen the trust of learners in the Party's leadership and the state's policies and laws. They will equip learners with the skills to identify issues as well as counter wrong and hostile viewpoints. Therefore, political theory lecturers must develop in terms of quantity, quality, structure, expertise, professionalism, skills, capabilities, and moral qualities to meet the increasing demands of teaching and protecting the Party's ideological foundation.
Abstract: Amartya Sen (born in 1933) is an Indian philosopher and economist, currently a professor at Harvard University in the United States. His notion of "identity" is elaborated in the book "Identity and violence: The illusion of destiny”. Amartya Sen's ideas about identity and violence contribute to explaining past and present conflicts while offering insights for building a more inclusive, peaceful, and all-encompassing world.