Vietnam in 2014: Uncertainty and opportunity in the wake of the HS-981 crisis

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2015-01-01

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© 2015 by the Regents of the University of California. The May 2014 entry of a Chinese deep-water oil rig into Vietnamese waters deeply shocked Vietnam. This yearend article chronicles the impact of the controversial action on (1) power struggles among elite politicians, (2) alterations in foreign policy orientation, and (3) popular opinion regarding economic reforms and emerging inequality.

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10.1525/AS.2015.55.1.165

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Malesky, E, and J Morris-Jung (2015). Vietnam in 2014: Uncertainty and opportunity in the wake of the HS-981 crisis. Asian Survey, 55(1). pp. 165–173. 10.1525/AS.2015.55.1.165 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/17734.

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Malesky

Edmund Malesky

Professor of Political Science

Malesky is a specialist on Southeast Asia, particularly Vietnam. Currently, Malesky's research agenda is very much at the intersection of Comparative and International Political Economy, falling into three major categories: 1) Authoritarian political institutions and their consequences; 2) The political influence of foreign direct investment and multinational corporations; and 3) Political institutions, private business development, and formalization.


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