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SURVEY REPORT: How Do Newsrooms Cover ASEAN-related Issues?

Click to download the report on the results of Reporting ASEAN’s survey among editors in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam, The gems in this in formation-gathering exercise lie in the editors’ evaluations of how familiar their organizations and journalists are with ASEAN issues, what news priority they give to ASEAN- related coverage, their assessments of the strengths, weaknesses and needs of their journalists, as well as what they identify as the toughest reporting challenges in covering ASEAN’s role, relevance and impact.

Becoming ASEAN, Two Decades Later

In this commentary for Reporting ASEAN, Kavi Chongkittavorn makes a case for why the acronym ‘CLMV’, which sets Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam apart, is increasingly out of place some two decades after they became full members of ASEAN.

Looking for ASEAN in Lao PDR

The Lao People’s Democratic Republic has been an ASEAN member country for two decades, but many Lao people don’t feel very connected it. However, they generally believe that being part of the ASEAN family as it deepens linkages within can only benefit the country, Vannaphone Sitthirath explains in this Reporting ASEAN feature.

 

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