Penser le nationalisme révolutionnaire au Viêt-Nam : identités politiques et itinéraires singuliers à la recherche d'une hypothétique "Troisième voie"

Abstract : This article aims to briefly introduce the various non-communist political movements that marked the 20th century in Vietnam. More particularly, it focuses on the vitality of revolutionary nationalist movements mainly embodied by nationalist groups such as VNQDD, Dai Viet or Can Lao, to identify the founders (Truong Tu Anh, Ly Dong A, Ngo Dinh Diem) and actors; as well as to situate them in the historical process of the vietnamese revolution. The study of these political figures and movements, forgotten by official historiography, is crucial to the understanding of Vietnam's twentieth political history. The paper begins with a historiographical analysis, followed by a section focusing on the movements, their ideologies, founders and actors, and ends with an overview of a century of policical struggles from the 1920s until today. Indeed, current clandestine political movements clearly belong within a historical continuity. The conclusion examines the reasons behind this revolutionary elite's failure to promote a “Third way”, i.e. a progressive nationalist regime deeply rooted in Phan Boi Chau's revolutionary nationalism.
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François Guillemot. Penser le nationalisme révolutionnaire au Viêt-Nam : identités politiques et itinéraires singuliers à la recherche d'une hypothétique "Troisième voie". Moussons : recherches en sciences humaines sur l'Asie du Sud-Est, Presses universitaires de Provence, 2009, pp.147-183. ⟨halshs-00356052⟩

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