Asean divided on the Ukraine crisis

People gather during a protest against Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in front of the Russian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, March 10, 2022. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim.)

Stark differences among Asean member states in their responses to the Russian invasion of Ukraine have resulted in a more muted regional response to the war.

In the approximately two weeks since the invasion, the group has issued two statements calling for an immediate ceasefire and the continuation of political dialogue.

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