Fighting militarization of South China Sea
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The time has come for the 10 leaders of the 50-year-old ASEAN to unite on the issue of a legally binding code of conduct (CoC) over the South China Sea, and strongly oppose the militarization of the disputed area. ASEAN leaders are scheduled to meet in Clark, the Philippines, for the 31st ASEAN Summit and related meetings on Nov. 13 to 15. More than 600 million people in Southeast Asia are e...
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