ASEAN told not to forget its people at ‘golden’ fete
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The gesture was grand, the festivities vibrant and the mood among the dignitaries was clearly buoyant. More importantly, at 50 years old, ASEAN managed to show the world that it was indeed united and that the past week of diplomatic back flips did not take away from its legacy. ASEAN managed to stay intact over the past seven days by leveraging what its critics say was one of the bloc’s w...
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