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ASEAN-ISIS Round-up in Phnom Penh

ASEAN-ISIS Round-up in Phnom Penh

Academics, policy makers and government officials from the region will convene in

Phnom Penh on Feb 18-20 for a conference entitled "Cambodia's Future in ASEAN:

Dynamo or Dynamite?"

Prime Ministers Ung Huot and Hun Sen will deliver opening and closing addresses respectively,

which will be open to the public.

Strategic Studies Institutes in the region will be represented by Dr Jusuf Wanandi

from Indonesia, Mr Nguyen Dinh Vinh of Vietnam, Dr Sorpong Peou of Singapore's ISEAS,

and Dr Socorro Gochoco-Bautista of the Philippines.

The event, organized by the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, will take

place at the Hotel Sofitel Cambodiana.

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