Top ten notable military events of the world in 2019

Top ten notable military events of the world in 2019

Friday, January 03, 2020, 08:34 (GMT+7)
The year 2019 marked the transitional period of the world order from “unipolarity” to “multipolarity,” both creating opportunities and posing challenges for small countries’ defence of independence and self-reliance. The following outstanding military events selected by the National Defence Journal will give us a basic description of the world scene in 2019

A snapshot of the world military and political situations in 2019

A snapshot of the world military and political situations in 2019

Saturday, December 28, 2019, 21:59 (GMT+7)
The military-political dynamics in 2019 will continue and change fundamentally the world order in the 21st Century because they are not temporary moves but reflects the nature of the transitioning period from the 3rd Industrial Revolution to the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Munich Security Conference 2019 and unresolved security issues

Munich Security Conference 2019 and unresolved security issues

Thursday, April 18, 2019, 17:14 (GMT+7)
At the MSC 2019, there were hundreds of discussions and consultations about the “hottest” issues in the world, such as terrorism, competition and cooperation between major powers, arms control, arms race, Brexit, Trans-Atlantic relations, Russia-EU relations, trade war between China and America

Multidimensional movements in the Middle East security architecture

Multidimensional movements in the Middle East security architecture

Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 08:06 (GMT+7)
Under the impacts of regional and global incidents, there have been multidimensional movements in the security architecture in each region. Middle East is not an exception, yet its outcome is not easy to predict, particularly when it is under impact of various variables.

It is impossible to distort or deny the stature, meaning and value of the Victory Day, April 30, 1975
At 11:30 a.m. on April 30, 1975, the flag of the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam fluttered on the roof of the Independence Palace, marking a sacred moment for the Vietnamese people, gloriously ending the resistance war against the US for national salvation which lasted for 21 years (1954 - 1975). Since then, April 30 has become the official holiday of the Vietnamese people, named the Victory Day, or the Reunification Day