Category Archives: ASEAN

Top cops swap tips

This week in Cambodia, more than a hundred law enforcement officials from the ASEAN countries, as well as numerous observers, met to exchange ideas and discuss strategy. China, for its part, pledged to share more information with the group. International working groups like … Continue reading

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Multilateral minutes

Moscow warns against bypassing the Security Council on Iran–and awaits Lula’s arrival to discuss possible compromises. The European Union warily greets David Cameron. More rumors that Gordon Brown might covet an IMF job. ASEAN is nervous about the crisis in … Continue reading

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Multilateral minutes

Out with the old: The changing face of Ukraine at the EU and NATO. IMF declares itself ready to meet Europe’s needs. East Asian NATO? Max Boot wants more allies at U.S. Pacific Command. Training days: Canada explores a new … Continue reading

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ASEAN in Hanoi

ASEAN’s defense ministers are meeting in Hanoi. Vietnam, a relatively new member, is touting its high profile in the regional organization, and ASEAN officials note that “Viet Nam, which joined ASEAN in 1995, has been a very dynamic member of … Continue reading

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Nukes in Asia

A call for ASEAN to take the lead on battling nuclear proliferation.

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