Looking at the causes and consequences of collective idea-change among Vietnam's political elite as a way of understanding how Vietnam made the transition from a rigidly orthodox Marxist-Leninist state and intransigent member of “the socialist camp,” in a sharply divided Cold War international system, to deep engagement with globalization in a world no longer clearly divided into friends and enemies. The Vietnam of the twenty-first century would have been inconceivable to either Vietnamese or foreign observers at the end of the Vietnam War in 1975.
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