PHNOM PENH U.S. Secretary of States John Kerry met Cambodian leaders on Tuesday but failed to secure their commitment to a more robust stance with Southeast Asian nations against China's pursuit of territorial claims in the South China Sea.
Kerry was in Cambodia after a visit to neighboring Laos as part of an effort to urge unity among leaders of the 10-nation Association of Southeast Asian Nations before a summit with President Barack Obama in Sunnylands, California, next month.
22:34 Indonesia to raise prospect of joint patrols with Australia in South China Sea: report16
09:31 China military says aware of U.S. carrier in South China Sea20
02:52 China says understands South Korean need for security, still opposes missiles25
08:55 North Korea says Malaysia can’t be trusted to investigate the killing of leader’s half brother24