30 years of China-ASEAN ties: What’s next?

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2021 is a milestone year for China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (#ASEAN), marking the 30th anniversary of the two sides’ dialogue relations. #China-ASEAN relations have grown closer and stronger in the past three decades through the ups and downs. On July 30, leaders from Chinese civil organizations and the ASEAN countries held a special meeting online, wrapping up with a joint declaration on stepping up cooperation and opposing the politicization of #COVID-19. In recent years, cooperation between China and the ASEAN has blossomed down to the grassroots level. These collaborative strategies include the ASEAN plus Three Regional Reserve for Medical Supplies and Public Health Emergencies and the ASEAN Comprehensive Recovery Framework. So, could regionalism be the pragmatic and mature approach to the pandemic and economic growth? What’s the impact of regional cooperation on the whole Asia Pacific?

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