Sunday, February 28, 2021, 08:20 (GMT+7)

Ups and downs of the New START Treaty

Ups and downs of the New START Treaty

Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 16:31 (GMT+7)
The New START Treaty marks an important milestone in the control of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in the world and is the first agreement on reduction of nuclear weapons in the post-Cold War era. Moreover, the signing of the New START Treaty has helped two countries to build strategic trust in a key issue, which paves the way for further reduction of nuclear weapons in the future.

The Naval Zone 2 provides firm support for fishermen’s operation at sea

The Naval Zone 2 provides firm support for fishermen’s operation at sea

Sunday, February 21, 2021, 21:21 (GMT+7)
Over time, cadres and soldiers of the Naval Zone 2 have effectively executed the Programme entitled “Vietnamese Navy provides firm support for fishermen’s operation at sea.” The outcome of the Programme has proved naval staff members’ sentiment and responsibility for fishermen’s operation and greatly contributed to defending the Homeland’s sacred sovereignty over seas and islands

Well performing the logistics work of 2021 under Resolutions of all-level Party Congresses

Well performing the logistics work of 2021 under Resolutions of all-level Party Congresses

Thursday, February 18, 2021, 08:18 (GMT+7)
In 2020, in spite of being profoundly impacted by natural disasters and epidemics, particularly the COVID-19 pandemic, with the entire Military’s political resolve and proactiveness, the military logistics work continued to achieve comprehensive good results greatly contributing to effectively executing the Resolution of the 10th Military Party Congress and the Central Military Commission’s Resolution 623-NQ/QUTW, dated October 29th, 2012 on “the military logistics work towards 2020 and beyond”

On overlapping seas

On overlapping seas

Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 08:10 (GMT+7)
To delimit maritime boundaries and reduce overlapping claims, relevant countries must devote more effort to negotiation on the basis of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. If parties have not reached any agreement on maritime boundaries yet, they should work towards a solution for the joint exploitation of overlapping seas

Defence international integration and external affairs in 2020, orientation to 2021

Defence international integration and external affairs in 2020, orientation to 2021

Monday, January 18, 2021, 10:23 (GMT+7)
In 2020, defence international integration and cooperation continued to be deployed synchronously, comprehensively, achieving many positive results, successfully completing the task of preventing and fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic and the objectives and plans of foreign affairs set out for 2020, which was recognised and highly appreciated by the Party, State and the People.

RCEP and its impacts on the Asia Pacific Region

RCEP and its impacts on the Asia Pacific Region

Friday, January 15, 2021, 08:55 (GMT+7)
RCEP will not only create a favourable condition for its member states to work with one another effectively to overcome the economic recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, but will serve as a victory of multilateralism and free trade over the emerging isolationism and anti-globalisation movement

The entire Military devotes effort to successfully fulfilling the military-defence task in 2021

The entire Military devotes effort to successfully fulfilling the military-defence task in 2021

Monday, January 11, 2021, 15:38 (GMT+7)
In spite of complicated developments of natural disasters and particularly COVID-19 pandemic, the whole Military heightened a sense of political responsibility, well performed its function as an army ready for combat, for work, and for production, and promoted its core role in building the all-people national defence and safeguarding the Homeland

Ten world defence and military events in 2020

Ten world defence and military events in 2020

Wednesday, January 06, 2021, 14:13 (GMT+7)
As far as national defence and military is concerned, the Covid-19 pandemic has made a negative, direct, comprehensive impact on military operations as well as the maintenance and enhancement of operational capacity of militaries worldwide. Militaries must undertake any necessary measures, including large-scale distancing regulations, military personnel movement and travel restrictions, change in training methods, delay or cancellation of recruitment and large-scale exercises to prevent and respond to Covid-19 pandemic.

A snapshot of the world politics in 2020

A snapshot of the world politics in 2020

Thursday, December 24, 2020, 09:47 (GMT+7)
The COVID-19 pandemic also reveals major weaknesses of the capitalist economic system in the West, especially in the United States. It is thought after the collapse of the Soviet Union and socialist system, capitalism would be the “Golden Rule” for the rest of the world. However, this assertion has been questioned about its possibility right in the West

The development trend of maritime patrol aircraft in some Asia - Pacific countries

The development trend of maritime patrol aircraft in some Asia - Pacific countries

Wednesday, November 25, 2020, 07:43 (GMT+7)
Maritime patrol aircraft (hereafter MPA) is considered as one of the important means to protect the sovereignty, security and safety of national waters. Therefore, in recent years, in addition to improving their existing MPA, a number of countries in the Asia-Pacific region have also invested in research, procurement and development of this type of aircraft in order to enhance their maritime patrol capabilities

13th National Party Congress adopts resolution
The 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam wrapped up on February 1 morning after eight working days, with its resolution adopted at the closing session.