The hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has thrown a harsh light on the fragile nature of internal and cross-border relationships in Southeast Asia, as a lack of coordination hampered both detection of the flightpath and response to its disappearance. The miscommunication among various agencies and countries during the MH370 search has been almost farcical at times and is likely to prompt changes in how various organizations collaborate during emergencies. It took tragic incidents to ...
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