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Opinion

Can ASEAN coexist with the Quad?

Washington needs to start paying more attention to Indonesia

| Southeast Asia
ASEAN was not built to manage major-power competition, and it is unreasonable to expect it to do so.   © Reuters

Richard Maude is executive director of policy at Asia Society Australia.

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations begins three days of intense regional summitry today, facing a barrage of tests to its relevance, internal cohesion and social and economic health.

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