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Asean calls for end to sanctions on Myanmar

By Jennifer Laidlaw

South-east Asian countries meeting in Cambodia have called for the lifting of sanctions on Myanmar. The call comes after Nobel laureate and democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi won a seat in parliament for the first time in by-elections held on Sunday. Gareth Price, Senior Research Fellow at Chatam House, explains what the Asean talks mean for Myanmar and the future of south-east Asian relations.

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