Vietnam in 2022: Return to a Turbulent Normalcy

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2023-04-01

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Vietnam in 2022 was beset with numerous dramatic political developments and diplomatic uncertainties but also recorded significant economic achievements. Changes in the top echelons of power took place in an unprecedented manner due to the intensifying anticorruption campaign, exposing the malleability of elite Vietnamese governing institutions and shrinking the space for civil society organizations. Meanwhile, Vietnam was recognized for its outstanding recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic with remarkable economic performance. The country's “bamboo diplomacy” was put under stress amid challenges caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the US-China strategic rivalry. Navigating the turbulence and uncertainty of domestic and international affairs while maintaining the momentum of economic recovery will be the main challenge for Vietnam in 2023.

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10.1525/as.2023.63.2.258

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Bui, TH, and EJ Malesky (2023). Vietnam in 2022: Return to a Turbulent Normalcy. Asian Survey, 63(2). pp. 258–269. 10.1525/as.2023.63.2.258 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/30464.

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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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