Australia-ASEAN summit: Give education a boost
Rifka Sibarani and Stephen Miller
On March 17 and 18, ASEAN will be holding talks with representatives of the Australian government. The talks are a chance for Australia and its Southeast Asian neighbors — above all, Indonesia — to re-imagine their relationships in a range of fields.
Without a doubt, in this Trump era atmosphere and its threat of tariff wars, trade is the most likely focus. But suc...
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