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December 28, 2012
Chaung Tha: A new beach destination in Myanmar More

December 26, 2012
CHRISTMAS – A MESSAGE OF HOPE More

December 21, 2012
THE E3 INITIATIVE: THE UNITED STATES AND ASEAN More

Asean Weekly ending More

December 17, 2012
U.S.-ASEAN Eminent Persons Group ReportMore

December 12, 2012
Cars, Culture, Cinema, Cuisine, Commerce Connect India, Thailand and Asean More

December 7, 2012
U.S.-ASEAN STRATEGIC & ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP More

Asean Weekly ending More

December 3, 2012
"Villaged out" along Myanmar's Chindwin and Ayeyarwady Rivers More

November 27, 2012
UN Climate Talks: Critical Phase More

November 23, 2012
U.S. Walks Softly While China Wields a Big Stick More

Asean Weekly ending More

November 20, 2012
Denouncing Adoption of Flawed ASEAN Human Rights Declaration: More

November 17, 2012
Expanding Military to Military Engagement: China and Thailand More

November 12, 2012
Obama’s Trip to Asia in Second Term More

November 9, 2012
Rise of the third political party in 2016 US Elections? More

Asean Weekly ending More

MYANMAR'S LAND REFORM, A CRITICAL TEST More

Nobember 7, 2012
Bali Democracy Forum V More

Nobember 5, 2012
Burma: Reforms of Farce: Continued Violations of Fundamental Freedoms More

October 31, 2012
Martin Armstrong: Fraud or Genius? More

October 26, 2012
Asean Weekly ending More

Asean Summit 2012: CAMBODIA'S EAS CARROT More

October 24, 2012
SEVEN FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES FOR A MINIMALLY SUCCESSFUL GLOBAL ECONOMY More

October 18, 2012
Asian Defense Spending: 2000–2011 More

October 13, 2012
Asean Weekly ending More

US needs a President who has the guts to truly embrace ASIA More

September 28, 2012
Asean Weekly ending More

U.S.-INDONESIA TIES RISE TO NEW LEVELS More

September 26, 2012
OPEN LETTER TO ASEAN FOREIGN MINISTERS More

September 20, 2012
Aung San Suu Kyi and President Thein Sein Visit the United States More

September 18, 2012
CSIS Myanmar Trip Report More

September 14, 2012
MYANMAR'S CRISIS CALLS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL OVERHAUL More

AseanAffairs Weekly ending 14 Sep 2012 More

September 6, 2012
Asean needs cultural as well as economic integration More

August 30, 2012
2012 ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting More

August 28, 2012
Bangkok Climate Negotiations More

August 17, 2012
YINGLUCK ONE YEAR OUT More

Asean Weekly ending 17 Aug, 2012 More

August 9, 2012
Obama Backflips on Climate Goal More

August 7, 2012
Singapore Cabinet Reshuffle Points to Key Trends More

August 3, 2012
Asean Weekly ending More

THE PRESIDENT, THE LADY, AND THE PLIGHT OF THE ROHINGYA More

July  30, 2012
Rohingya Muslims centuries-long persecution More

July  27, 2012
U.S. Moves to Strengthen ASEAN by Boosting the Lower Mekong Initiative  More

July  22, 2012
United States Announces Steps to Ease Myanmar Sanctions  More

July  20, 2012
CHINA REVEALS ITS HAND ON ASEAN  More

Asean Weekly ending July 20, 2012  More

July  17, 2012
Don’t Leave U.S. Companies on the Sidelines of Myanmar More

July  13, 2012
Open Letter to the ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM) on the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration More

July  11, 2012
Asean Regional Forum 2012: Clinton’s U.S. “Rebalance” to Asia More

July  9, 2012
The Fifth U.S.-Vietnam Political, Security, and Defense Dialogue More

July  6, 2012
Asean Weekly: Ending the week of 6 July 2012 More

TIME TO END STRATEGIC AMBIGUITY IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA More

June 22, 2012
Asean Weekly ending More

VIOLENCE HITS PAPUA (AGAIN): A CRISIS IN NEED OF A LEADER More

June 14, 2012
ASEAN-India relations a “linchpin” in rebalancing Asia More

June 11, 2012
Carpe Diem: U.S. Military Engagement with Myanmar More

June 8, 2012
President Aquino’s U.S. Visit Will Cap Revitalization of Alliance Unlocking the Full Potential of Asia-Latin America Trade More

June 6, 2012
From Penang to the Panama Canal: Unlocking the Full Potential of Asia-Latin America Trade More

June 3, 2012
Institutionalizing U.S. Engagement in the Pacific More

May 31, 2012
Mae Sariang becomes a hot cake in Thailand’s North More

May 29, 2012
Advancing the National Interests of the United States: Ratification of the Law of the Sea More

May 26, 2012
Winning the Future of Manufacturing: ASEAN at the Crossroads of Opportunity
Manufacturing continues to be a critical growth engine for ASEAN economies, More

Asean Weekly ending May 26, 2012
United States announces suspension of sanctions, nomination of ambassador. More

May 23, 2012
United States and Malaysia to Boost Ties
Center for Strategic and International Studies Launches Study More

May 11, 2012
WEEKLY SUMMARY
Aung San Suu Kyi enters parliament. Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and elected members of her party More

THE U.S.-ASEAN RELATIONSHIP IN 2030
Thinking about the U.S.-ASEAN relationship in 2030More

April 30, 2012
INDONESIA'S ECONOMIC INFLECTION POINT
Indonesia is at an economic inflection point,More

April 29, 2012
WEEKLY SUMMARY
More countries ease sanctions against Myanmar. Britain, Australia, Norway, Canada, and the European Union announced between April 13 and 24  More

April 19, 2012
Arguing Over Blocks: Do China and the Philippines Both Have a Claim?
The South China Sea Frame-by-Frame, No. 1 More

April 14, 2012
THE NEXT STEPS FOR U.S. POLICY IN MYANMAR
Despite complaints of voting irregularities, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), won 43 of the 45 seats contested in Myanmar’s April 1 parliamentary by-elections. The Obama administration, which has pledged a policy of meeting “action for action,” responded quickly to the results by announcing further steps to normalize relations with the country. More

April 13, 2012
WEEKLY SUMMARY
Weekly highlights in Asean Myanmar (9-13 April’12)
Myanmar’s main opposition party wins big in by-elections. Election officials April 2 confirmed that opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party, the National League for Democracy, won 43 of 45 contested seats in April 1 parliamentary by-elections. Suu Kyi said she hoped the vote would mark the start of a new era for Myanmar. President Thein Sein described the elections as “very successful.” Presidential adviser Ko Ko Hlaing said the outcome could help strengthen the hand of reformers by showing conservative politicians they have to do more to change. Suu Kyi and her fellow parliamentarians will take their seats April 23. More

April 4, 2012
Statement on Myanmar by-elections 2012
The by-elections in Myanmar marks a historic phase in the country’s transition towards democracy and ANFREL-Foundation takes this opportunity to congratulate the people of Myanmar. The by-elections were extremely significant to sustain the reforms process in Myanmar and strengthen the process of democratization in the future. More

March12, 2012
Winning the Future of Manufacturing: ASEAN at the Crossroads of Opportunity
Manufacturing continues to be a critical growth engine for ASEAN economies, even amid recent challenges including easing global demand and flooding that affected production in Thailand. More

February 18,  2012
Asean Weekly ending 17 Feb 2012 More

WHO IS XI? More

January 25,  2012
Major Geopolitical Disruptions ahead in 2012
Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 23 January 2012 (World Economic Forum media release) – Fear among international experts of a major geopolitical disruption over the next 12 months has risen significantly to 54%, just as confidence in the state of global cooperation has dropped, according to the World Economic Forum’s third Global Confidence Index.
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January 6,  2012
Malaysian Opposition Leader Anwar to Be Sentenced January 9
The highly politicized trial of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on sodomy charges will conclude on January 9
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