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Courtney Weatherby in Thanh Nien News on regional affairs in the Mekong River

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Plans for the second dam across the lower Mekong River continue to put Laos on a collision course with its neighbors and environmentalists who fear a damning frenzy would sabotage the livelihoods, fish species and farmland of around 60 million people.
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“Laos can point to these facts as examples of hypocrisy when other countries criticize its behavior, which limits the ability to constructively discuss how to equalize benefits and consequences in a way that will benefit the region as a whole,” Courtney Weatherby, a Southeast Asia Program research associate at the Washington-based Stimson Center, told Thanh Nien News.
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