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by Zachary Abuza

Author: Zachary Abuza
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub (April 1, 2001)
Pages: 273 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.6
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Renovating Politics in C. .has been added to your Cart. Zachary Abuza is assistant professor of political science and international relations at Simmons College.

Renovating Politics in C. The best study yet of post-Doi Moi Vietnam politics.

Home Browse Books Book details, Renovating Politics in Contemporary Vietnam. Moving from the 1950s to the present, Zachary Abuza explores Vietnamese politics and culture through the lens of the internal debates over political reform. Renovating Politics in Contemporary Vietnam. Abuza focuses on issues of representation, intellecutal freedom, the rise of civil society, and the emergence of a loyal opposition, assessing the prospects for change.

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Politics in Contemporary Vietnam 3. Vietnam’s political regime remains . Though there are probably more books on Ho Chi Minh than. Politics in Contemporary Vietnam 9. adoption of decentralization policies has been the subject of a number

Politics in Contemporary Vietnam 3. Vietnam’s political regime remains solidly authoritarian. On the whole, the literature on the CPV has tended to fall into. adoption of decentralization policies has been the subject of a number. of analyses (Fritzen 2006), as have changes in the principles and institu

However, Zachary Abuza (author of Renovating Politics in Contemporary Vietnam) claims that Politburo decision-making is built on factional infighting and ideological differences rather than on any notion of collective leadership

However, Zachary Abuza (author of Renovating Politics in Contemporary Vietnam) claims that Politburo decision-making is built on factional infighting and ideological differences rather than on any notion of collective leadership. The Politburo is responsible to the Central Committee, and the Central Committee can question the Politburo.

Поиск книг BookFi BookSee - Download books for free. Ocean Politics and Policy: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary World Issues). Категория: Общественные науки прочие, Политика. Peter Jacques, Zachary Smith. Abuza traces in detail the shifts in Vietnam's foreign and economic policies, seeking to explain why it remains so poor despite abundant natural resources and high literacy rates

Renovating Politics in Contemporary Vietnam. Abuza traces in detail the shifts in Vietnam's foreign and economic policies, seeking to explain why it remains so poor despite abundant natural resources and high literacy rates. The problem, he argues, comes down to political culture. The Communist Party remains a select elite that fanatically monopolizes political power and prevents the growth of civil society. Any hope for change will thus have to come from dissidents within the party.

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The Vietnamese Communist Party (VCP) has ruled continuously in the northern half of Vietnam since 1954, and throughout the country since 1975. Abuza (political science and international relations, Simmons College) reveals the ongoing friction between the VCP and dissident groups. He explains what the coalescence of Vietnamese politics under one party has meant politically, culturally, and psychologically for the Vietnamese people. He traces shifts in political currents from the VCP's rise to power to the present debates of intellectual freedom, focusing on dissent since the economic reform plan launched in 1986. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)