Abstract: Over different periods in history, the relations of the three states of Indochina region – Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia – have always tied together and lived under China’s sphere of influences. However, with China involved in maritime disputes with Vietnam recently, it seems that the unity and cooperation of the Indochinese nations might be at risk with the appearance of China’s rise. How would leaders in Indochinese nations respond to China’s power in the region? Will the rise of Beijing weaken the identity and the common interests of Indochina as one single region and affect the regional unity? The writer provides an analysis of the China – Indochina relations since the ancient days. The primary argument is that while the governments of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia might hold different opinions towards China, however, for small states, a broken relationship with their neighbors will not provide positive outcomes. Past experiences and lessons have proved that despite different changing courses in history, the three Indochinese countries had always tried to maintain peaceful and coordinative relations.
Abstract: In many ways, the globalisation process facilitates the development of international media. The standardisation of work and the reporting process is now a trend in media outlets around the world. Both the political right and left often present similar political agendas to the public. Such a reality forces us to question whether the traditional dichotomy between the right and left still exists. In this paper argues from the analysis of a globalist agenda on both sides that both the right and left are two peas in the same pod.
Abstract: This article deals with the process of modernization and renewal in Uzbekistan after independence. As in all post-soviet countries and Uzbekistan in the building of a new nation-state focused on the creation of legislation that meets the new requirements and conditions. An important place was given to national traditions and mentality of the people. The experience of developed countries and the theory of a democratic society that increasing legal, political, social, spiritual and economic culture of the members of the society, improve the living standards of the population. Active participation in the implementation of reforms in every field of national economy will lead to a successful implementation of these reforms. A prompt and effective solution of social and financial issues serves to ensure the well-being of the people.