О СОБЛЮДЕНИИ ГРАЖДАНСКИХ СВОБОД ВО ВЬЕТНАМЕМазырин Владимир Моисеевич
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2006, №9, с.193-216
Dr. V.Mazyrin makes the first attempt in national oriental studies to analyze the fundamental civil freedoms' variability in Vietnam with the aim to reveal core changes in domestic political system during 2004-2005. This scholarship is based on huge historical background and reliable sources of information, i.e. variors western researches, international non-government organizations (NGOs), Vietnamese officials and mass media. Summing up his review, the author concludes, that core civil freedoms in Vietnam are still very limited, while the state keeps its authoritative nature in many respects. At the same time there are signs of gradual progress in this domain: Vietnam countries its transition towards liberal parliamentary republic with mono party system. The deepening of market reforms has created preconditions for the emergence of human rights, simultaneously having strengthened social and national inequality. It is argued, that Vietnamese population, being satisfied primarily with economic freedom, bears such political regime quietly due to the lack of democratic mentality and legal consciousness. The country's leadership successfully governs society, ignoring the ideas of personal freedom and democracy, basing state management on paternalist traditions and norms of rural community.
Объем издания: 193-216