HEADLINE-CHINA’S 9-LINE | Power, politics and peacemakers: ASEAN’s lesson

This handout photo from the US Navy taken on November 20, 2021 shows the US Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Milius (DDG 69) sailing in the South China Sea. China simulated “sealing off“ Taiwan during a third day of wargames around the self-ruled island on April 10, 2023, as the United States deployed a naval destroyer into Beijing-claimed waters in a show of force.(AFP/US Navy/Omar-Kareem Powell)



If there is one word that best describes the current state of our world, it would be uncertainty.

Last month, the World Health Organization (WHO) finally declared an end to COVID-19 as a public health emergency of international concern. But the lingering impacts of the pandemic continue to cast a cloud of uncertainty on the global recovery.


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The World Bank just warned that two-thirds of developing economies would see lower growth this year compared with 2022. One-third would not even beat their 2019 per capita income levels.

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Retno L.P. Marsudi (The Jakarta Post)
Oslo   ●   Fri, June 16 2023


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