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ASEAN refuses to follow US on sanctions

On February 28, the U.S. government still made a press statement stating that it was “looking forward to hosting the ASEAN leaders here in Washington, DC, for a Special Summit.” on March 28-29. The Biden administration had made ASEAN a “top priority”. Now, Washington has postponed the special ASEAN summit initially scheduled for this week to an unspecified date “this spring”.

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