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Hanoi workshop discusses South countries’ pressing issues
An international workshop on “Sovereign projects of countries of the South in a globalizing world” was held in Hanoi on August  13th-14th with researchers from 16 countries taking part.
The participants came from Algeria, Belgium, Bolivia, Cambodia, China, Egypt, Germany, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Senegal, Venezuela and Vietnam.
The workshop was co-organized by the Vietnam Peace and Development Foundation (VPDF), the South-South People’s Solidarity Network, and the German Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS). It followed similarly patterned events held in Tunisia in March 2013 and in Algeria in September 2013.
In her opening remarks, VPDF President Nguyễn Thị Bình expressed the wish that the workshop would come up with ideas contributive to endeavors of countries of the South targeting national independence, autonomy and sustainable development in the context of post-Cold War changes and globalization. Next year will mark the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference, and how to succeed to and promote the Bandung spirit was also a major topic of discussion, she added.
Presentations during the two-day workshop included:
-    From Bandung (1955) to 2014: Old and new challenges for the states, nations and people of Asia, Africa and Latin America, by Samir Amin, President, World Forum for Alternatives;
-    South-South collaboration for a post-capitalist paradigm, by François Houtart, Professor, National Institute of Higher Studies, Quito, Ecuador;
-    How do countries of the South develop autonomously, by Vũ Hữu Ngoạn, VPDF Council member, Hanoi;
-    Impacts of the world economic order and globalization on the development and economic sovereignty of countries from the South, by Alexander King, Political Adviser of the LEFT parliamentary group in the German Budestag;
-    Defending national sovereignty and autonomy in a globalizing world: Realities from the South and Vietnamese experience, by Nguyễn Viết Thảo, Deputy Director, Hồ Chí Minh National Political Academy, Hanoi;
-    Practical lessons on the development of countries from the South – Experience from various regions, especially Latin America, ASEAN and the Non-Aligned Movement, by Walden Bello, Member of Parliament, the Philippines;
-    Implications of Western democracy models for countries of the South, by Sit Tsui, Southwest University, China;
-    Impacts of the world political order and major powers’ policies on countries of the South, by Claus-Dieter König, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Germany;
-    Countries of the South in the context of post-Cold War changes in the world physiognomy, by Hoàng Anh Tuấn, Director, Strategic Studies Institute, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Vietnam;
-    Solutions for sustainable development models and defense of economic autonomy, by Pablo Solón, Executive Director, Focus on the Global South, Bangkok;
-    Cooperation, international integration and South-South solidarity, by Hernán Vargás, Ministry of Communes, Venezuela;
-    Value-based society, by Mamdouh Habashi, Arab & African Research Center, Cairo;
-    A view from Indonesia, by Ibu Arta Tobing, former Ambassador of Indonesia in Hanoi;
-    An independent and autonomous economy in the context of international integration, by Nguyễn Quang Thái, Vice-President, Vietnam Economic Science Association;
-    ASEAN – A successful case of South-South cooperation, by Đỗ Đức Định, former Director, Africa-Middle East Institute, Hanoi./.





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