Government

Government
Five Lower Mekong prime ministers meet with Japan's prime minister in 2015

The governments of the Lower Mekong region face challenges rising from their individual histories and from shared challenges facing developing Southeast Asian economies. To varying degrees, they have been shaped by colonialism and war. Their current constitutions differ, as do the structures of their governments ...

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