Thứ bảy, ngày 24 tháng 3 năm 2018
No 1 (34)

US global economic leadership: Responding to a rising China

The rise of the Chinese economy means that China and the United States must share a role, although not necessarily an equal one, in shaping global economic rules. As its economic weight grows, China is seeking a bigger role in global economic governance. While the country’s uncertain growth prospects mean that China is unlikely to be the world’s sole economic leader, the United States will have to share global economic leadership with China, even if unequally. So far, however, the United States is not adapting to this eventuality very well. Washington’s mishandling of its response to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Congress’ failure to ratify IMF reform, and the decision to exclude China from the Trans-Pacific Partnership suggest that the United States is struggling to accommodate China’s desire to have a greater say in the way that the global economy is run. As shown by the issue of climate change, if Washington and Beijing can work together, it has the potential to lead to positive outcomes for the global economy. But if the United States does not work with China, it may well undermine its own leadership position over time. 

No 2 (35)

New Dynamics of International Relations

The world has entered 2016 with signs of a very exciting year. Although there has been no abrupt change in the overall picture of international relations, and the common trend is to strengthen cooperation or refrain from conflict, the world is witnessing movements with various "rhythm" creating new impetus to relations among countries, among international organizations, whether large or small. This paper will analyse the world situation in 2015 as well as the adjustment of policy of some key countries to solve global and Asia-Pacific issues.

No 1 (36)

15 Years after September 2001: Terrorism Trends in the World and South-East Asia

Since the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 and the subsequent “war on terror”, international terrorism has been increasing in terms of frequency, scale and severity, posing serious threats to national security. The United Nations estimated that there have been over 5,770 terrorist attacks of various scales, causing 48,170 deaths, injuring nearly 86,000, resulting in political and social unrest, seriously hurting social morality, and causing great loss of property in a number of countries since 2001. Therefore, the paper focuses on the trends in international terrorism, threats from terrorism and cooperation on counter-terrorism in Southeast Asia.

Key words: Terrorism, counter-terrorism, Southeast Asia.

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1999 - Một năm khó khăn cho quan hệ Mỹ - Trung

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