JAPAN'S MEIJI REFORM AND EXPERIENCE LESSONS FOR VIETNAM IN THE PROCESS OF INDUSTRIALIZATION AND MODERNIZATION OF THE COUNTRY

Nguyen Ho Thanh

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In the development process of Japanese history, the Meiji period was of great significance. Thanks to the achievements of this reform, Japan can advance quickly on the path of industrialization and modernization and become the first capitalist power in Asia. The Meiji reform with its historical role and meaning has become an essential element in promoting the development of Japanese history in modern times. On the Asian level, the achievements of reform have much influence on regional countries. Many Asian countries have turned to the island nation and want to follow the development path of Japan. Over 150 years have passed, but the lessons learned from the Meiji reform are still valid, especially for Vietnam in the period of industrialization and modernization. The general article of Japan's Meiji reform (1868) is carried out in the fields of economy, politics, military, culture, and education. On that basis, give some useful lessons for Vietnam in the process of industrialization and modernization of the country today.

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Meiji reform, Japan, lessons, experiences, Vietnam

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpss.v4i2.1049

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