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HANOI (28 August 2012) – The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) have confirmed Japan as the destination for a centralized camp for the national side that will last ten days in preparation for the AFF Suzuki Cup later in the …

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Vietnam Choose Japan For Training Camp – Asean Football …

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao attends the 14th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Plus Three Summit surrounded Bali, Indonesia, Nov. 18, 2011. (Xinhua/Xie Huanchi). BALI, Indonesia, Nov. 18 (Xinhua) — Chinese Premier Wen …

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At the 14th ASEAN Plus Three Summit – Medical Travel Club

When ASEAN began in 1967, Southeast Asia was comprised of less developed, agricultural-based economies. Today, the region boasts ultra-modern metropolises with

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Indonesia – ASEAN’s internal issues are paramount | Foreign …

From July 9 to 13, 2012, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations held a meeting of its foreign ministers and a series of related gatherings in Phnom Penh. But for the first time since the association's formation in 1967, the …

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China’s Diplomatic Offensive: Consequences for Regional Relations …

East and South Asia are engaged in multiple competing claims that various shoals

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China,Japan, Korea, Russia , ASEAN and sundry disputed Islands, shoals and reefs

Washington's should not be the sole voice for a peaceful resolution. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations , which includes Vietnam, the Philippines and others, could make a real contribution by adopting a binding …

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RealClearWorld – Asia’s Maritime Disputes Not Just About China

ASEAN identifies 2015 campaign : TTR Weekly

by Ben on August 21, 2012

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BANGKOK, 21 August 2012 – ASEAN member countries are now ready to implement a road map to achieve tourism objectives of the ASEAN Economic Community, due to.

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ASEAN identifies 2015 campaign : TTR Weekly

Although Anwar Ibrahim is unlikely to win the next election, he'll likely remain a force in the country's political scene.

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Malaysia’s Opposition Leader Stepping Down? | ASEAN Beat