This week, ASEAN Weekly opens by discussing the split between conservative factions in Burma, and developments in Vietnam, Indonesia, and the South China Sea.
This week, ASEAN Weekly opens by discussing the increasingly pronounced split between conservative factions in Burma. Also talked about are the recent positive and negative political happenings in Vietnam, and the Indonesian Human Rights Commission newly published reporton the actions on Communist Party of Indonesia (PKI) during Suharto's rule.
In the second half, politics and developments regarding China's involvement in the South China Sea and the establishment of it's newest city there amid ongoing tensions is discussed.
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