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URBANIZATION AND LAND DISPUTES IN VIETNAM: COMPROMISES AND PROTESTS

Abstract : Urbanization is the modus operandi of Vietnam's integration into globalization and the "urban civilization" project is part of the expression of a new authoritarian norm. The first part of the article discusses how the Vietnamese Party-State justifies its urbanization project. The second part returns to the modalities of strengthening the control of the political-administrative apparatus over the urban manufacturing process by the way of compromise and arrangements between actors. The last part focuses on the authoritarian nature of urbanization and addresses the increasingly sensitive protests of subordinates to the state domination. The author concludes that those left behind in development policy and urbanization, through their everyday demonstrations, point to the failure of the authorities to build consent in the field of urbanization.
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Yves Duchère. URBANIZATION AND LAND DISPUTES IN VIETNAM: COMPROMISES AND PROTESTS. The Russian Journal of Vietnamese Studies, Institute of the Far Eastern studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2019, ⟨10.24411/2618-9453-2019-10002⟩. ⟨halshs-02443021⟩

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