Today, in greater numbers, people are talking about real empowerment and liberation for historically disadvantaged groups. When it comes to the Black Lives Matter movement, they’re talking specifically about human dignity for African Americans. And for this movement, journalist, humanitarian, and activist Shaun King, a columnist for The Intercept and the Writer-In-Residence at Harvard Law School’s Fair Punishment Project, is amongst the most compelling voices: a humane and passionate advocate for justice and families, and an extremely visible fundraiser for victims of brutality and discrimination.
From the shambles of war before 1975 and the ten years of a planned economy that followed up to 1986, cultural attributes and economic reforms have led Vietnam to become the 47th largest economy in the world by GDP. This talk presents a historical perspective on the development of Vietnamese Policy, the key reasons for rapid growth, and the investment opportunities and challenges the country faces today.