Asean post-2025: Political and security perspective


Choppy waters: Journalists aboard Philippine Coast Guard ship Melchora Aquino looking on as a civilian Philippine ship (left), loaded with provisions for Filipino fishermen and troops, changes course after aborting its trip in the disputed waters of the South China Sea last December. — AFP

THE year 2025 will be essential for Asean as Malaysia will act as the chair of the regional grouping.

It will mark the end of Asean Vision 2025 and its blueprints and the beginning of the new Asean Vision 2045 and its accompanying strategic plans. A high-level task force has been established to draft this new vision and plans, which will be adopted next year.

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