Making ASEAN a 'second home'
Lecturer at Al Azhar University Indonesia
PREMIUM ASEAN marks its golden anniversary this month. Several public corners of Jakarta are being used to show the association enthusiastically marking its historic anniversary. While commending the achievement of this regional organization for its durability of half a century, one may wonder whether ASEAN has widely benefited the peoples of its member countries. This will be a big, pertinent quest...
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