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Waging Peace: ASEAN and the Thai-Cambodian Border Conflict

Asia Report N°215, 6 December 2011

The violent border clashes between Thailand and Cambodia earlier this year have challenged the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) to turn its rhetoric into action, but to achieve peace and security more robust diplomacy is required to end a still unresolved conflict.

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Waging Peace: ASEAN and the Thai-Cambodian Border Conflict , Asia Report N°215, 6 Dec 2011

The violent border clashes between Thailand and Cambodia earlier this year have challenged the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) to turn its rhetoric into action, but to achieve peace and security more robust diplomacy is required to end a still unresolved conflict.

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