Foreign researchers review Vietnam’s history

Some 15 reports by foreign researchers from the US, France, Australia, China and Japan, among others will provide insight on 40 years of Vietnam’s reunification, development and integration at an event from April 25-26.

They are among over 300 reports to be presented at the 2-day international workshop at Thu Dau Mot University in southern Binh Duong province.

The event is co-organised by the Ho Chi Minh University of Social Sciences and Humanities (HCM USSH), Hanoi-based University of Social Sciences and Humanities at Vietnam National University (VNU), Hue University of Sciences and Thu Dau Mot University.

Its reports will focus on Vietnam’s previous struggle for national independence, Doi Moi (renewal) and international integration process.

Additionally, a number of documents on the wars against France and the US, the Southwest border war and East Sea incidents will be released at the event.

The War Remnants Museum will also exhibit more than 100 historical objects, documents and photos on the wars and the country’s 40 years of socio-economic development.

HCM USSH Vice Principal Le Huu Phuoc said the university’s lecturers and students hope for other international science forums like the upcoming workshop. Such events allow them to look at valuable historical documents and learn advanced search techniques from foreign scholars.


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