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Thai domination translates into popular supremacy

BY MUSKAN SAPRA / SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

Thailand appeared to dominate the ASEAN Regional Forum as the South China Morning Post reported yesterday. Today, their draft Chairman’s Statement was passed spectacularly. 312 more words

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Opinion: (EAS)pionage in the East? Disagreements over the Draft Chairman’s Statement

BY MUHD SALIHIN / SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

Earlier today in the East Asia Summit, the draft Chairman’s Statement was introduced perhaps prematurely. The clauses introduced were, though functional, seemingly irrelevant to the actual issue of the Cyber Code of Conduct.   172 more words

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Zuckerberg's Gambit: Agenda Lost on EAS Delegates

BY MUSKAN SAPRA / SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

The East Asia Summit promised to discuss the types of cyber warfare, its causes and a way to establish the cyber code of conduct. 302 more words

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Lost in cyberspace, China saves the day

BY PARKER NG / SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

]The debate early in the morning today in the East Asia Summit seemed to be neither here nor there. 237 more words

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Thailand: Don't treat economies as a playground

BY MUHD SALIHIN / SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

Efforts to improve the failing economic situation in Southeast Asia are going nowhere, with the council clearly divided. 379 more words

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Fishing for Peace

BY MUHD SALIHIN / SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

SINGAPORE — China today reaffirmed its stance on the Spratly Dispute. The Minister of Foreign Affairs reiterated the need to maintain sovereignty and to assert control over the right to the islands. 180 more words

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Unlikely Thailand Emerges as Leader in the ARF

BY PARKER NG / SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

SINGAPORE — Thailand emerges as the leader in the ASEAN Regional Forum with its ideas on how to combat terrorist radicalisation. 156 more words

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