ASEAN's moral leadership amid democratic decline
A. Ibrahim Almuttaqi
Head of the ASEAN Studies Program at The Habibie Center
This weekend the 10 leaders of ASEAN will gather in Sydney for the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit. A first for Australia, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s effort has been hailed as a diplomatic coup, providing an unprecedented opportunity to advance Australia’s commitment to the regional grouping and to underline its status as ASEAN’s oldest dialogue partner.
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