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National policies and decisions all aim at achieving long-term and desired outcomes. From a perspective, success largely depends on strategic choices. In turn, policy planning and implementation partly rely on leaders’ mindset and approaches, and those of advisors and staff. This paper attempts to analyze key theoretical and practical aspects of "strategic thinking", which serves as an important nexus between policy planning and implementation; based on the research findings, the author proposes a few of policy recommendations for Vietnam in the coming time.

In this article we focus on China’s claim in order to understand the articulation of its “historic rights” argument and to assess its merits in light of the principles of public international law. Our main purpose is to explore the potential relevance of such an argument if it came to be invoked by China in the context of an international dispute-settlement procedure. This study has two parts: in part I, we define the geographical and legal contours of China’s historic rights claim as expressed by state practice and the secondary literature, and in part II we analyze and assess the merits of the Chinese position

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