UN Hopes to End Statelessness Must Focus on ASEAN

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The United Nations has set an ambitious target, to end statelessness and the legal limbo that goes with it for at least 10 million people worldwide by 2025. It’s a decision that carries significant ramifications for Southeast Asia, home to hundreds of thousands of people without a country to call home.

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