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The Position and Role of Vietnam in Economic and Political Processes of ASEAN

Student: Timofei Nikulichev

Supervisor: Sergey Luzyanin

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations: European and Asian Studies (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2016

This graduation project is devoted to the definition of modern economic and political position of Vietnam among ASEAN countries including the extent of his involvement in the integration projects of the Association. The paper examines the main motives of Vietnam joining ASEAN, as well as the stages of the country's integration into the Association, analyzes the economic weight and political role of Vietnam among ASEAN states. A special place in the work is devoted to the analysis of current macroeconomic indicators and legislative sources of Vietnam and ASEAN. The graduation project consists of an introduction, six sections united in three chapters, conclusion, list of references and appendix. The total amount of work is 61 pages.

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