Vietnam Social Sciences, S. 1 (2019)

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Dai Co Viet State in East Asian Historical and Political Context during the Tenth Century


Tóm tắt

In the early 10th century, the Tang dynasty declined and eventually collapsed. During the “Five dynasties and ten kingdoms” period, the dynasties could neither maintain political power nor apply pressure on neighbouring countries. Taking the opportunity, Dai Co Viet carried out an armed uprising to gain national independence. Afterwards, by inheriting traditional values and gaining experiences from the region, Dinh Tien Hoang started to set up a political state apparatus. The state of Dai Co Viet bore characteristics of a “functional state”. The patterns and institutions applied by the Ngo, the Dinh, and the Early Le dynasties were then improved successfully under the Ly and the Tran dynasties. The state of Dai Co Viet was much different from the general types of states in history, such as the state for domination and the state for exploitation, which ever appeared in many Eastern and Western countries during the Middle Ages.

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Vietnam Social Sciences, ISSN: 1013-4328