Vietnam and US Relations: From “Former Foe to Comprehensive Partner”
Vietnam and US bilateral relations have gone through a long way of healing and has not been “easy for both” since the normalization of diplomatic ties. During recent years, the relations between the two countries have seen remarkable development. In July 2013, Vietnam President Truong Tan Sang and US President Barack Obama issued the common statement about the “comprehensive partnership”. Vietnam and US comprehensive partnership has been regarded as the outcome of gradual development in the bilateral relationship since the Cold War ended and as the result of the US strategy of “rebalancing Asia”, which really contributed to the development of the relations between the two countries.
- 1 Some issues regarding the leadership style of strategic-level officials in our country today
- 2 Generating work motivation for the public administrative workforce in Vietnam today
- 3 President Ho Chi Minh - The visionary of the patriotic emulation movement
- 4 Cybersecurity in electronic news agencies in Vietnam today
- 5 Renewing the method of political and cultural education for university students in Vietnam today to meet practical demands
- 6 Understanding democratic leadership in Ho Chi Minh’ thought
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