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Saturday, August 15, 2020
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Land conflicts in emerging suburban areas in Vietnam: causes and effects Land conflicts in emerging suburban areas in Vietnam: causes and effects
This article takes initial steps in understanding causes and effects of land conflicts in Vietnam after the effect of the 2003 Land Law and its subsequent amendments. It examines institutional arrangements that govern land rights security but may have created biases toward different land users upon conflicting land use purposes. The analysis also examines the values of the two available large sample surveys in Vietnam (the citizen perception-based Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) and the firm perception-based Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI)) in informing potential different treatments toward citizens and firms as land users.
PAPI: trends in citizens expectations over the last 10 years and implications for future PAPI: trends in citizens’ expectations over the last 10 years and implications for future
This paper presents key analysis and findings about citizens’ perception of and experiences with governance and public administration performance over the past decade through the Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index surveys from 2011-18, which were largely informed by the priorities and orientations set forth in the 2011-20 socio-economic development strategy.
Vietnam UK issue Joint Statement Vietnam, UK issue Joint Statement
Vietnam and the United Kingdom issued a Joint Statement on the occasion of Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh’s official visit to the UK on October 9-10.
King Le Thanh Tong and the building of the contingent of mandarins King Le Thanh Tong and the building of the contingent of mandarins
Le Thanh Tong ascended the throne in 1460 when he was 18 years old and died when he was 56. He was considered the most talented ruler in feudal Vietnam as assessed by “Dai Viet Su Ky toan thu” (the Complete Book of the Historical Record of Great Viet): “The King founded a strong state, expanded the territory and brought prosperity to the nation; he was truly a talented, heroic ruler who could be compared to Yu Ti of the Han dynasty and Taizong of the Tang dynasty.”
Ongoing reform of the civil service in Vietnam Ongoing reform of the civil service in Vietnam
The country’s transition of the civil service from a career-based to a working position-based model is a revolutionary reform facing numerous challenges. In this transition, improving the quality of cadres and civil servants so that they have all the qualities and capabilities required by an advanced, professional and modern civil service is an extremely important task.
Renewing the selection of leading officials Renewing the selection of leading officials
World experiences show that the building of a contingent of leading and managerial officials always constitutes a primary priority in human resource development strategies. For Vietnam, to well develop human resources - one of three breakthroughs for socio-economic development and accelerated reform of the civil service and civil servant regime, heightening the quality of leading and managerial officials is always an urgent requirement and a practical demand at present.
Ethos of the feudal mandarin regime in Vietnam Ethos of the feudal mandarin regime in Vietnam
Through thousands of years of existence of the feudal regime in Vietnam, many political and legal institutions were created and consolidated. The mandarin regime is one of such institutions. Besides its substantive weaknesses and limitations, the feudal mandarin regime in Vietnam is characterized by its ethos worth of study.
Party Central Committee sets future development goals Party Central Committee sets future development goals
The Party Central Committee on January 12 closed its 10th plenum in Hanoi with a review of the leadership and direction of the Political Bureau and the Party Secretariat in 2014.
A renewed approach to fighting corruption in Vietnam:   Addressing the punitive side of the crime  A renewed approach to fighting corruption in Vietnam: Addressing the punitive side of the crime
All countries in the world, one way or another, are affected by corruption. Vietnam is not an exception to this development ailment. What can be done to reduce it?
Anti-corruption during 2013: More of the same challenges Anti-corruption during 2013: More of the same challenges
During 2012 it seems the anti-corruption reforms gained impetus at the leadership of the Party, the Government and National Assembly. The top leadership of the Communist Party had two plenums in which the corruption issue was prominently recognized. Some actions followed as a result.

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