A rare conclave in Hanoi brought together the leaders of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, all representing the ruling parties in their countries that have a long historical relationship. Cambodian leader Hun Sen was brought to power by the Vietnamese army while the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party also came to power with Vietnam’s help. The conclave comes at a time when China’s relations with Hanoi are cooling while its influence in Cambodia and Laos is growing.
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