Vietnam’s Proactive Foreign Relations
In the post-Cold War era, Vietnam has been successful in expanding relations both regionally and globally. And whereas China remains a strategic challenge for Vietnam in the South China Sea, Hanoi has sought to defuse tensions and remains reluctant to side with other major powers to try and balance China. Ramses Amer argues that this is a lesson Vietnam has learned from its past experiences in dealing with major powers, with Vietnam eager instead to pursue a “proactive” approach to its foreign relations aimed at expanding and deepening collaboration with other countries.
Legal Constraints of China’s BRI: The Case of Myanmar
Summary There are many consequences of China’s global Belt and Road Initiative. Amongst the least appreciated are the legal implications that arise from its investments. In Myanmar, one of the […]