Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 7 - 2018

Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 7-2018 có bài viết của các tác giả: Lưu Trang - Trương Anh Thuận; Nguyễn Quốc Sinh, Trần Ngọc Dũng, Đổng Thành Danh, Lê Cung - Trần Thanh Thủy; Lương Viết Sang; Trần Thị Nhẫn; Lê Thị Hằng Nga.



Lưu Trang - Trương Anh Thuận: Các biện phá khẳng định và bảo vệ chủ quyền biển, đảo Đàng Trong dưới thời các chúa Nguyễn (1558-1777)


Nguyễn Quốc Sinh: Khảo cứu về một số vấn đề chính trị của nước Đại Cồ Việt thời Đinh qua sử liệu Việt Nam và Trung Quốc


Trần Ngọc Dũng: Vai trò cá nhân đối với sự hiện diện của Công ty Đông Ân Anh tại Việt Nam thế kỷ XVII


Đổng Thành Danh: Mâu thuẫn chính trị giữa vua Minh Mạng và Tổng trấn Lê Văn Duyệt với vấn đề Trấn Thuận Thành


Lê Cung - Trần Thanh Thủy: Sinh viên, học sinh các đô thị miền Nam Việt Nam trong phong trào Phật giáo năm 1966


Lương Viết Sang: Chiến dịch Lainơbêcơ II - Ý đồ ký kết Hiệp định Paris trên thế mạnh không thành của chính quyền Níchxơn


Trần Thị Nhẫn: Thái Lan với vai trò đồng minh của Mỹ trong cuộc chiến tranh ở Việt Nam


Lê Thị Hằng Nga: Nền tảng quan hệ Ấn Độ - Bhutan: Hiệp ước 1949 và 2007



Measures to Affirm and Protect the Sovereignty over the Cochinchinese Islands and Sea under the Reigns of the Nguyen Lords (1558-1777)


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Luu Trang

Dr. Truong Anh Thuan

The University of Education, Da Nang University


       The terms "maritime polity", "maritime kingdom" were used by researchers to give a general overview of and most succinctly the main development of Cochinchina from the 16th century to the 18th century. It was derived from the promotion of the advantages brought about by the sea and the islands in order to promote the trade between the Nguyen government and the East and West countries at that time. But more importantly, based on the process it gradually is to affirm the legitimate and indisputable right of ownership over a vast area in reality linked to Cochinchinese territory through a series of measures to establish, control and to exploit the sovereignty over the sea and the islands effectively under the Nguyen lords.



A Study on Political Issues of Dai Co Viet State in the Dinh Time

through Vietnamese and Chinese Historical Records



Nguyen Quoc Sinh

MA, Institute of History, VASS

PhD student, China People's University, Beijing


       In the fifteenth century, the Minh dynasty, after having invaded our country, burned off many books, making it possible to study and learn about the history of Vietnam before the 15th century in general and the history of Dai Co Viet state in particular extremely difficult. The modern history of Vietnam has made a great deal of effort in clarifying these historical issues, but many studies remained unanswered.


       On the occasion of the 1050th anniversary of the Dai Co Viet foundation, we hope it given comparison and study on Vietnamese and Chinese historical records is able to overcome the above limitations and thereby to shed new lights on some political issues of Dai Co Viet in the time of Dinh in terms of controversial issues between Song and Dinh, adjustment in diplomatic relations with the Song and so on. By doing so, it contributes practically to celebrate this meaningful event.



The Role of Overseas Individuals towards the English East Indian Company's Presence in Vietnam in the 17th Century


Tran Ngoc Dung, MA

Hanoi National University of Education


       The main aim of this article is to explain and clarify clearly the behind issues of the EIC’s presence in Vietnam in the seventeenth century such as why the English knew about the attraction of Vietnam in the regional trading network, why they chose to settle a formal relationship or a factory there, and how they drove the overseas trade although they had little knowledge about both Tonkin and Cochin-China, and East Asia broadly in the first half of the seventeenth century. Through examining the role of individuals, this paper discusses a general picture of the EIC’s learning to trade in Vietnam, and how the EIC used experienced and skillful staffs in distant areas. This article shows that this policy was necessary and compulsory as the EIC had disadvantages to compete with the Dutch and the Chinese; and overseas factors played crucial role towards not only the EIC’s appearance in Vietnam, but also the EIC’s expansion in East Asia in the century.


Political Contradiction Between Minh Mang and Le Van Duyet

on Thuan Thanh Town Issues


Dong Thanh Danh

Cham Culture Research Center, Ninh Thuan province


       The purpose of the article is to deal with the important issues of Thuan Thanh town in the years 1820 and 1832 under the reign of King Minh Mang. The article also addresses the political developments related to disputes between King Minh Mang and Gia Dinh town Le Van Duyet and Thuan Thanh town. Finally, the article explores the results of the power struggles between King Minh Mang and Le Van Duyet, leading to the dissolution of Thuan Thanh town and changes in the administrative and social organization when Thuan Thanh town was belonged to Binh Thuan province.


Students in South Vietnam Urban Areas in the Buddhist Movement in 1966


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Cung

                                         Post-graduate Tran Thanh Thuy

                                                        Faculty of History, Hue University of Education


            Based on the specific materials, the article presents and analyzes the contributions and the students’ role in Southern urbans in the Buddhist Movement in 1966. From that, the article comes to three basic conclusions: Firstly, in the Buddhist Movement in 1966, from the initial events, they took part in, side by side with the Buddhists that establised the independent organization. Secondly, the national aim early affirmed - anti America; Thirdly, student ’s struggle method influenced toward Buddhist method - Satyagraha one. All of them proved that the political idea of student was higher than the former movements were.



Linebacker II Campaign - Scheme of Signing the Paris Agreement on the Unsuccessful Power Position of the Nixon Administration


Dr. Luong Viet Sang

Institute of the Party History, HCMA


       Since the Paris Agreement was signed only a few days after the Linebacker II Campaign, many people, mostly Americans, thought that this raid forced the Democratic Republic of Vietnam to return to the negotiating table. By numbers and statistics, even by the American acknowledgment, the article seeks to points out that American bombing scheme, both politically and militarily, failed, so it is not able to be said that Linebacker II forced Vietnam to return to the negotiating table to sign the agreement.



Thailand and the U.S Alliance's Roles in the War in Vietnam



Dr. Tran Thi Nhan

Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics


       From 1964 to 1973, the year as a close ally of the United States of America, Thailand had actively supported the US in the Vietnam war of aggression. From Thailand advocated indirectly, for America to use their territory to build military bases; to support directly about some of the media war and bringing the military to join the war on the battlefield in southern Vietnam; recognize and support the Government of the Republic of Vietnam minions of America. The cause of the Thai Government under the U.S. anti Vietnam is derived from anti-Communist foreign policy; to rely on America to get the guarantee sure about national security; and above all to get the major economic aid and military to tackle economic and social difficulties to industrialize and modernize the country's military. Involved in Vietnam war, Thailand has abandoned friendly relations in the period before 1950 to become the enemy of the peoples of Vietnam.



The Foundation of Indian and Bhutanese Relations: Treaties in 1949 and 2007



Dr. Le Thi Hang Nga

Institute of Indian and Southwestern Studies, VASS


       The friendly relationship between India and Bhutan is based on the efforts of Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Bhutan King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck from the mid-1940s. In 1947, Nehru invited a Bhutanese delegation to attend the Asian Relations Conference in New Delhi. In 2007, a new friendship treaty between India and Bhutan was signed, replacing the 1949 Treaty. The 2007 friendship Treaty could be seen as a framework for contacts and cooperation between the two countries at present and in the future. The article seeks to look back the history of the Bhutanese-India relationship, the basis of relationship through 1949 and 2007 treaties.

Giáo sư, Tiến Sĩ Phạm Xuân Nam (1934-2019) (08/04/2019)

GS.TS. Phạm Xuân Nam sinh ngày 28 tháng 6 năm 1934 tại làng Phù Lưu, xã Tân Hồng, huyện Từ Sơn, tỉnh Bắc Ninh (nay là khu phố Phù Lưu, phường Đông Ngàn, thị xã Từ Sơn, tỉnh Bắc Ninh)