Vietnam Essay Topics

U.S. Involvement In Vietnam

The Vietnam War was the longest and most expensive war in U. S. history. Since the Second World War throughout the Cold War, United States policymakers tried to apply the lessons they had learned in Europe to the foreign policy problems of Asia. As a result, United States foreign policy in Asia was often incoherent… View Article

US Entry into Vietnam

Every American president basically regarded the enemy in Vietnam, whether the Vietminh, the National Liberation Front in the 60s and the government of Ho Chi Minh in North Vietnam, as agents of global communism (Rotter 1999, p 1). US policymakers and most Americans conceived of communism as the opposite of what they stood for. Communists… View Article

Vietnam Currency Protectionism

Vietnam’s decision to devalue its currency by 5 per cent last week to protect itself from undervaluation of the Chinese renminbi, and the worried response from Thailand and other Asian countries, suggests the move towards global trade conflict may already be unstoppable. As one group of countries seeks to gain or maintain trade advantage by… View Article

Vietnam War Research

The Vietnam War was a Cold War-era military conflict that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1 November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975. The U.S. government viewed involvement in the war as a way to prevent a communist takeover of South Vietnam as part of their wider strategy of… View Article

Wednesday Wars

Wednesday Wars is a coming to age historical fiction story about a seventh grader named Holling Hoodhood. Holling is the only Presbyterian student at his school, and he is the only student left there on Wednesday afternoons. He has a father who is never really there for him, and I believe that plays a big… View Article

Why Australia Fought in Vietnam

On 29 April 1965 the Prime Minister, Robert Menzies, made a statement on Vietnam to a half-empty House of Representatives. At eight o’clock at night he announced the extension of Australian commitment in Vietnam both militarily and economically. After three years of providing military advisors to help train the Army of the Republic of Vietnam,… View Article

Vietnam Cuisine

Vietnam is the easternmost country in Southeast Asia covering approximately 126,500 square miles. Its neighbors include China to the north, Laos, Cambodia, and the Gulf of Thailand to the west, and the South China Sea to the east. It is divided into eight different regions, with the main regions being the northern and southern regions…. View Article

Skilled Labor Mobility in ASEAN Economic Community

General Purpose: To inform the audience about the free flow of skilled labor in the AEC Specific Purpose: To increase the awareness of what the free flow of skilled labor is all about, and how it will affect us as. Introduction: Attention: Borderless, expose to more job opportunities, an exciting world ahead of us as… View Article

My Favorite Place

Everyone has a special place, a place where people can find happiness, be themselves, and peace. This special place perhaps is a place where people have a dream to go for a vacation, honeymoon, or relax. A tense of mind in life force people to think about the place that they can truly relax. In… View Article

Body Shop Moisture

Company Background The Body Shop is a cosmetic International Company that has 2400 stores in 61countries. The company is now part of the L’Oreal corporate group. The Body Shop carries a wide range of products for the body, face, hair and home. The Body Shop claims its products are “inspired by nature” and they feature… View Article

Bandai Status

1. Analyze the current status and awareness of Bandai in your country. Vietnam as a part in Asia market is a new growth segment in Bandai Namco strategies. The company pursues to target true globalization by strengthening links between Japan and Asia. Along with many co-ordinations between two governments, Japan products and brands have been… View Article

The Causes and Effects of the 1945 Vietnamese Declaration of Independence

The 1945 Declaration of Independence of Vietnam is a key event in history, which caused and by which caused consequences that affected not only them, but other countries of the world as well. The French colonization of Vietnam was the long term cause of the 1945 Declaration of Independence because it challenged Vietnamese freedom, violating… View Article

Hippies and the Revolution of a Culture

“Tune In, Turn On, and Drop Out” was the motto of the hippie movement, a significant countercultural phenomenon in the 1960s and early 1970s that grew partially out of young America’s growing disillusionment with U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. Hippies were mainly white teenagers and young adults who shared a hatred and distrust towards… View Article

Boys don’t play with dolls’

The Vietnam War is still the United States’ most famous (or infamous) war even if new conflicts have risen over the years. The numerous films made about the Vietnam War are a testament to its fame (or infamy). This paper would be a review of two internet sites reviewing the cause of conflict, social stratification,… View Article

Lancôme Marketing Plan

I. Executive summary: Lancôme is preparing to launch a new anti-aging cream concluding the perfect result of 10 years exploring in lab and be recommended as “A miracle elixir exists”, the Absolue L’Extrait, in Vietnam cosmetic market. Our product offers a competitively unique combination of the latest advanced technology in dermal stem cells and great… View Article

Vietnam War: The Role of Intelligence

Abstract The 1968 Tet Offensive was a surprised attack on the United States and Allied forces in a highly coordinated operation between the North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong insurgents. The success of this massive ground assault was not attributed to their superior fighting capabilities but rather the US’s ill-interpretation of attack warning signs and… View Article

Ha Long Bay

I. Introduction It experienced a long history. Many places of the country have been associated with a dragon which was the first of four spiritual creatures. Image of the dragon is a familiar image in the cultural life and spiritual of the Vietnamese from thousands of years ago. Therefore, many areas of the country have… View Article

Doing Business in Vietnam

Vietnam has had an impressive economic growth over the last two decades and continues to grow rapidly. Over a short period of time Vietnam has gone from a starving country to a major exporter of agricultural goods. Today Vietnam is considered one of the most open economies in the world, with total import and export… View Article

Vietnamese Americans

There are approximately 150 to 165 Vietnamese Buddhist temples in the United States, Most temples are small, consisting of a converted house with one or two resident monks or nuns.[3 Societal perception and portrayal As with other ethnic minority groups in United States, Vietnamese Americans have come into conflict with the larger U.S. population, particularly… View Article

The Village by Bing West

Bing West’s The Village is a book about the life of a small unit level squad of Marines during the Vietnam War. Accurately and meticulously portrayed the book covers over 17 months of the struggles the Combined Arms Platoon (CAP’s) of Marines had with the PF’s (Popular Forces) and villagers. On June 10, 1966 Twelve… View Article

Indochina

The South Vietnamese government had a substantial amount of success in keeping power up until 1968, surprisingly. This was done in a number of ways such as; government policies, fighting tactics/strategies and the aid of other countries e. g. America. On 26th October 1955 Ngo Dinh Diem won a referendum which appointed him as the… View Article

Why Did the Us Lose the War in Vietnam?

Answer with reference to the concept of insurgency/guerrilla warfare. The longest war in the history of the United States of America has taken place in Vietnam during the Cold War. “The US fear of a communist Europe led them to intervene in a war that was not seen in a vital importance or that would… View Article

The Things They Carried, by Tim O’Brien

The Red Badge of Courage, by Stephen Crane, and The Things They Carried, by Tim O’Brien, are two novels set a century apart, yet they both connect to one another. Tim O’Brien’s novel illustrates his experience in the Vietnam War, while Stephen Crane’s novel demonstrates his experience in the Civil War. These two novels focus… View Article

Vinataba – Philip Morris Graduate Trainee Program

About the program Vinataba – Philip Morris Graduate Trainee Program aims to develop creative, talented and ambitious graduates, helping us to making our business growth ambition become a reality. What we offer Our Graduate Trainee Program offers a real exciting and fruitful development journey to help you as a fresh graduate build your general skills,… View Article

The Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem

The Geneva Conference of 1954, which took place in Geneva, Switzerland, was the turning point for Vietnam. The Geneva Accord was then written and placed as a binding agreement that separated Vietnam in two zones divided by the 17th parallel (Moss, 2010). Ho Chi Minh and the Viet Minh controlled the northern Vietnam; control of… View Article

The Buddhist Riots of 1963 Tuning Point in Vietnam

Events that take place in history can also be deemed turning points. Turning points in history are often debated amongst historians. They influence the course of future events. A turning point is substantial in its effect on the world, usually shocking. The Buddhists Riots of 1963 is one such event. The proceeding events and aftermath,… View Article

The Rainy River questions and answers

1. I was surprised at how much I actually enjoyed this story. Not only did it give some fascinating insight into the mind of a man forced to go to war, but he explained his argument with such eloquence and passion that I found myself thoroughly intrigued. The way he describes having to face the… View Article

An Important Macro-Environmental Force in Vietnam

QUESTION 1: An important macro-environmental force on companies is the social/cultural environment, particularly in international markets. Imagine that you are to offer a seminar on the social/cultural environment of Vietnam to foreign businessmen and marketers. Discuss at least three elements of the cultural environment that foreign businessmen should be aware of when doing business in… View Article

Tet Holiday

Becoming warmer weather, blooming a hundred- flower on the tree, and gliding swallow in the blue sky, that is many signal alert that spring is arrive. Of course Tet comes, which ia the moment moving from an old year to a new year. Tet or “Tet Nguyen Dan” is the most important and popular featival… View Article

Nha Trang Beach

Nha Trang, a coastal city and capital of Khanh Hoa Province on the South Central Coast of Vietnam, is a famous destination for traveling and relaxing. It’s one of the most important tourist hubs of Vietnam. With such natural gifts as the position, landscape, climate, together with its rich background in culture and humanities, Nha… View Article