Singapore – The Association of Southeast Asian Nations may face a bigger challenge on Myanmar issues in 2022 as the group’s semblance of unity may be tested under the leadership of Cambodia, the group’s rotating chair for this year.
Political turmoil in Myanmar is continuing since the military seized power in a coup in February last year, and the junta has rejected ASEAN’s appeal for ending the violence and the request of the group’s special envoy to meet with all stakeholders in the conflict.
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