A busy agenda dominates the biannual ASEAN summit, this one hosted by Singapore.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations will assess regional and global issues and chart a path forward. For a look at the goals of the summit, CGTN’s Miro Lu reports.
To discuss the ASEAN summit:
- Reuben Mondejar is an adjunct professor of business at the University of Navarra.
- Lim Tai Wei is a research fellow in the East Asian Institute at the National University of Singapore.
- Hung Tran is executive managing director of the Institute of International Finance.
- Qinduo Xu is a senior researcher at the Pangoal Institution.
— ASEAN (@ASEAN) April 24, 2018
— Nikkei Asian Review (@NAR) April 25, 2018
As the #ASEAN Summit meets in #Singapore from 25 – 28 April 2018, @forum_asia raises concerns about the deteriorating human rights situation in Southeast Asia, particularly the gross #humanrights violations committed against the #Rohingya https://t.co/4YDsEFN1Ip pic.twitter.com/aItOaNlTyd
— FORUM-ASIA (@forum_asia) April 25, 2018