Table of contents for Vietnam's new order : international perspectives on the State and reform in Vietnam / edited by Stephanie Balme and Mark Sidel.


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Introduction--Ste;phanie Balme & Mark Sidel * Vietnam from a Comparative Communist and Post-Communist Perspective--Leslie Holmes * Part I: International Relations and Regional Integration * Vietnam's Regional Integration: Domestic and External Challenges to State Sovereignty--Carlyle A. Thayer * Testing the Institutionalist Approach: Cooperation between Vietnam and ASEAN--Nguyen Vu Tung * Vietnam's Border Disputes: Assessing the Impact on Its Regional Integration--Ramses Amer & Nguyen Hong Thao * Vietnam's International Commitments upon Entry into the WTO: Limits to Its Sovereignty? A View from Moscow--Vladimir Mazyrin * Economic Interdependence within ASEAN: A Perspective on the Vietnamese Strategy for Development and National Security--Hien Do * Vietnam's Integration into the World: National and Global Interfaces--Eero Palmujoki * Part II: Law, Legal Reform, and the Vietnamese State * Understanding Legality in Vietnam--John Gillespie * Lawyers and Prosecutors under Legal Reform in Vietnam: The Problem of Equality--Nguyen Hung Quang * Vietnamese Courts: Contemporary Interactions between Party-State and Law--Penelope (Pip) Nicholson * Power and Representation at the Vietnamese National Assembly: The Scope and Limits of Political Doi Moi--Matthieu Salomon * Modern Law, Traditional Ethics and Contemporary Political Legitimacy in Vietnam--David Koh * Building Blocks for the Rule of Law? Legal Reforms and Public Administration in Vietnam--Karin Buhmann
Introduction--Ste;phanie Balme & Mark Sidel * Vietnam from a Comparative Communist and Post-Communist Perspective--Leslie Holmes * Part I: International Relations and Regional Integration * Vietnam's Regional Integration: Domestic and External Challenges to State Sovereignty--Carlyle A. Thayer * Testing the Institutionalist Approach: Cooperation between Vietnam and ASEAN--Nguyen Vu Tung * Vietnam's Border Disputes: Assessing the Impact on Its Regional Integration--Ramses Amer & Nguyen Hong Thao * Vietnam's International Commitments upon Entry into the WTO: Limits to Its Sovereignty? A View from Moscow--Vladimir Mazyrin * Economic Interdependence within ASEAN: A Perspective on the Vietnamese Strategy for Development and National Security--Hien Do * Vietnam's Integration into the World: National and Global Interfaces--Eero Palmujoki * Part II: Law, Legal Reform, and the Vietnamese State * Understanding Legality in Vietnam--John Gillespie * Lawyers and Prosecutors under Legal Reform in Vietnam: The Problem of Equality--Nguyen Hung Quang * Vietnamese Courts: Contemporary Interactions between Party-State and Law--Penelope (Pip) Nicholson * Power and Representation at the Vietnamese National Assembly: The Scope and Limits of Political Doi Moi--Matthieu Salomon * Modern Law, Traditional Ethics and Contemporary Political Legitimacy in Vietnam--David Koh * Building Blocks for the Rule of Law? Legal Reforms and Public Administration in Vietnam--Karin Buhmann



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Vietnam -- Foreign relations -- Congresses.
Vietnam -- Politics and government -- 1975- -- Congresses.
Vietnam -- Economic conditions -- 1975- -- Congresses.
Law reform -- Vietnam -- Congresses.
Law -- Vietnam -- Congresses.