Try empathy at ASEAN-Australia talks
Budi Kurniawan Supangat
Studying in the Master of International Relations program at the University of Queensland
The ASEAN-Australia Special Summit to be held this weekend is sparking new optimism for closer and more strategic cooperation between the two parties. Yet as the day of the summit approaches, the risk of this optimism going pale is apparent.
The growing concern that Australia will also use the event to raise human rights issues in some ASEAN countries may lead to responses from Camb...
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