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Don't Count on ASEAN to Save the South China Sea

The countries of Southeast Asia have long sought progress toward a position of greater institutional unity in addressing regional security concerns.

In 2009, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) agreed on a Political-Security Community Blueprint, which stated that member states, “regard their security as fundamentally linked to one another, bound by geographical location, common vision, and objectives.” [READ MORE]

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