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By Kavi Chongkittavorn

The Bangkok Post-Nov 6

When the world’s most powerful leaders converge in Singapore next week for the 13th East Asia Summit (EAS), they will know the region’s overall security situation and economic cooperative atmosphere has improved greatly in the past six months. Given this favorable atmosphere, ASEAN leaders have to seize the opportunity and take the lead in engaging EAS leaders in ways to lock in a more predictable and stable future.

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First published in: Bangkok Post