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Indo-Pacific connectivity needs support for good governance

9 December 2019
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Note: This article was originally published in The Jakarta Post on 9 December 2019. ERIA's Director for Policy Relations, Ms Anita Prakash, was the author.

As an evolving platform for regional architecture and economic growth, the Indo-Pacific concept got a constructive nod from the leaders of 18 member countries at the 14th East Asia Summit in Bangkok. The summit statement reiterated support for a peaceful, stable, resilient, dynamic and inclusive ASEAN community and emphasized ASEAN centrality in the evolving regional architecture. ASEAN has achieved consensus around the ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific, based on the principles of transparency, inclusivity, good governance and complementarity with existing cooperation frameworks.

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