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FSI CC 2015-1: Can the Philippines and Vietnam be Strategic Partners?

Given the converging interests they share and their steady bilateral relations, the Philippines and Vietnam are now engaging in high-level dialogues with the overarching goal to improve the living conditions of their populace as well as advocate security and stability in the region. Both states must collaborate on the planning and implementation of the proposed strategic partnership.

Foreign Service Institute
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Amador, Julio S., III; Credo, Jeremie P.; Vietnam; Philippines-South Korea relations; regional security architecture ; PH-US bilateral relations ; ASEAN-South Korea relations; maritime cooperation;
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Published in 2015 and available in the Foreign Service Institute, Department of Foreign Affairs, 2330 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City 1300 or Downloaded 145 times since October 25, 2018
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