Non-intervention and ASEAN: Ignoring Human Rights Abuses

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Non-intervention and ASEAN: Ignoring Human Rights Abuses
In 1967, after days of golfing in the morning, talking in the afternoon, and informal dining in the evenings, representatives from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand signed a two-page document joining their countries together “to accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development,” “regional peace and stability through abiding respect or justice and rule of law” in addition to collaborating on across a number of issue areas including research and education (Serverino 3). The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was born with the signing of the Bangkok Declaration. On the day of the signing, Thanat Khoman, Thailand’s Foreign...
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