Insight: The un-ASEAN way of treating unresolved issues
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Insight: The un-ASEAN way of treating unresolved issues

Hanoi : Vietnam | Jul 15, 2012 at 6:12 PM PDT
Source: The Jakarta Post
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Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh has failed to adopt an agreed upon final communique. In the past years, this pre-cooked document has served as a summing up of the achieved agreements during the past working year, and an outline of matters that still need to be tackled. FULL ARTICLE AT The Jakarta Post
 
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