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a geographical division of Asia that includes Indochina plus Indonesia and the Philippines and Singapore

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The Southeast Asian University Consortium for Graduate Education in Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC), which was launched by Searca in 1989, counts among its members the University of the Philippines Los Banos (UPLB) and eight other leading agricultural universities in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, Canada and Germany.
It offers services in 168 cities in eight Southeast Asian nations.
The different levels of political and economic development, as well as foreign policy priorities, across the ten members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) make it difficult to generalize on a preferred mode of engagement the region pursues in dealing with China and the United States.
In the last three decades, however, there have been several notable efforts to write Southeast Asian histories from a global perspective or global histories from a Southeast Asian perspective, from Denys Lombard's Le carrefour Javanais and Anthony Reid's Age of commerce, to Victor Lieberman's Strange parallels, Craig Lockard's Southeast Asia in world history, and Barbara and Leonard Andaya's An early modern history of Southeast Asia.
Red Ginger offers a permanent menu of Southeast Asian dishes.
The Protocol of Cooperation provides a basis for Hong Kong and France to conduct further joint efforts on building capacity and enhancing civil aviation safety for Southeast Asian countries which are important social, economic and aviation partners of the two places.
Since the 1970s, many books have been published about the Southeast Asian diaspora.
Being in Singapore, we are in a wonderful geographical position to be the center of Southeast Asian cinema, including that of Singapore," says Yuni Hadi, executive director of Singapore Inti.
WASHINGTON: Barack Obama heads to Laos in Southeast Asia for his last meeting as president with leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations as well as its offshoot, the East Asia Summit.
One of Cornell's most enduring achievements was to train Southeast Asian scholars in this new field of study.
Through the Southeast Asian Female Leaders Program, the Islands Society recognizes a local female leader from Southeast Asia each quarter.
Focusing on the forces that shape transnational movement, the authors use empirical case studies from various Southeast Asian countries to show the effect these migrations have on the societies involved.
Gazmin said the Philippines is open to holding joint naval drills in the disputed South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) with China and other Southeast Asian countries.
The emergence of sophisticated Southeast Asian polities with Hinduism and Buddhism as state religions led to an elite culture having strong links with India, localized and integrated in distinctive Southeast Asian contexts.
Kuala Lumpur, Malasia, Rajab 8 1436 H, Apri 27 2015, SPA -- Malaysia's leader says Southeast Asian countries will avoid direct confrontation with China but will push for a quick conclusion to a binding code of conduct to govern behavior in the disputed waters of the South China Sea, AP reported.
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