Myanmar Crisis: ASEAN Reliability’s Final Test
A talking-shop under growing pressure
By: Pattharapong Rattanasevee
As Myanmar’s political crisis grows more intense and violent, with more than 60 people reportedly killed, many more wounded and hundreds arrested, it is placing severe strains on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, testing its five-decade-old hands-off policy.
As a grouping that occupies a position of regional diplom…
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