Member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations

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ASEAN Plus Three
East Asia Summit
ASEAN Regional Forum

As of 2010, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has 10 member states, one candidate member state, and one observer state.

ASEAN was founded on 8 August 1967 with five members: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.

Lists[edit]

A list of member states is provided below. The members of ASEAN Plus Three and the East Asia Summit are also listed. Both forums are ASEAN-led and meetings are held following the ASEAN Summit.

Also listed are participants of the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), an organisation throughout the Asia-Pacific region whose objectives are to foster dialogue and consultation, and promote confidence-building and preventive diplomacy in the region.[1]

The ASEAN is an organisation on the Southeast Asian region that aims to accelerate economic growth, social progress, and cultural development among its members and to promote regional peace.[2]

ASEAN member states[edit]

Flag Country
Capital
Area
(km²)
Population
Density
(/km²)
GDP per cap.
(PPP)
[3]
HDI[4] Currency
Official languages Leaders Accession
Flag of Brunei.svg Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan 5,765 j429,646[5] 65 73,233 0.852 Brunei dollar
(BND; B$)
Malay Head of state and government:
Hassanal Bolkiah
7 January 1984
Flag of Cambodia.svg Cambodia Phnom Penh 181,035 g15,708,756[6] 78 3,263 0.584 Cambodian riel
(KHR; ៛)
Khmer Head of state: Norodom Sihamoni
Head of government: Hun Sen
30 April 1999
Flag of Indonesia.svg Indonesia Jakarta 1,904,569 a255,461,700[7] 113 10,641 0.684 Indonesian rupiah
(IDR; Rp)
Indonesian Head of state and government:
Joko Widodo
8 August 1967
Flag of Laos.svg Laos Vientiane 236,800 h6,911,544[8] 24 4,987 0.569 Lao kip
(LAK; ₭)
Lao Head of state: Bounnhang Vorachit
Head of government: Thongloun Sisoulith
23 July 1997
Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 329,847 f30,513,848[9] 72 24,654 0.773 Malaysian ringgit
(MYR; RM)
Malay Head of state: Abdul Halim
Head of government: Najib Razak
8 August 1967
Flag of Myanmar.svg Myanmar Naypyidaw 676,578 e51,486,253[10] 81 4,706 0.524 Myanmar kyat
(MMK; K)
Burmese Head of state:
Htin Kyaw
Head of government:
Aung San Suu Kyi
23 July 1997
Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines Manila 300,000 b101,974,400[11] 295 6,962 0.660 Philippine peso
(PHP; ₱)
Filipino and English Head of state and government:
Rodrigo Duterte
8 August 1967
Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Singapore 707.1 i5,469,700[12] 6,619 82,762 0.901 Singapore dollar
(SGD; S$)
Malay, Mandarin, English and Tamil Head of state: Tony Tan
Head of government: Lee Hsien Loong
8 August 1967
Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand Bangkok 513,115 d65,104,000[13] 126 14,354 0.722 Thai baht
(THB; ฿)
Thai Head of state: Bhumibol Adulyadej
Head of government: Prayut Chan-o-cha
8 August 1967
Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam Hanoi 331,690 c91,812,000[14] 248 5,635 0.638 Vietnamese đồng
(VND; ₫)
Vietnamese Head of state: Trần Đại Quang
Head of government: Nguyễn Xuân Phúc
28 July 1995
ASEAN 4,479,210 625,000,000[15] 135 5,869[16] 0.669 (UNDP cal.) Secretary General: Lê Lương Minh

Non-member states[edit]

ASEAN candidate/observer states[edit]

Flag Country
Capital
Area
(km²)
Population
Density
(/km²)
GDP per cap.
(PPP)
HDI Currency
Official languages Leaders Status
Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg Papua New Guinea[17][18] Port Moresby 462,840 a7,400,000[19] 14.5 2,399 0.491 Papua New Guinean kina
(PGK; K)
English, Tok Pisin and Hiri Motu Head of state: Elizabeth II
Governor-General: Michael Ogio
Head of government: Peter O'Neill
Observer
Flag of East Timor.svg Timor-Leste[20] Dili 14,874 b1,231,116[21] 76.2 4,928 0.620 United States dollar
(USD; $)
Tetum and Portuguese Head of state: Taur Matan Ruak
Head of government: Rui Maria de Araújo
Observer

ASEAN Plus Three[edit]

The present members of ASEAN together with:

Flag Country
Capital
Area
(km²)
Population
Density
(/km²)
GDP per cap.
(PPP)
HDI Currency
Official languages Leaders
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China Beijing 9,640,011 a1,371,790,000[22] 139.6 12,880 0.719 Chinese yuan
(CNY; ¥)
Standard Chinese Head of state: Xi Jinping
Head of government: Li Keqiang
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Tokyo 377,873 b126,865,000[23] 337.6 37,390 0.890 Japanese yen
(JPY; ¥)
Japanese (de facto) Head of state: Akihito
Head of government: Shinzo Abe
Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea Seoul 100,140 c51,448,183[24] 493 35,277 0.891 South Korean won
(KRW; ₩)
Korean Head of state: Park Geun-hye
Head of government: Hwang Kyo-ahn

East Asia Summit[edit]

Main article: East Asia Summit

The present members of ASEAN Plus Three together with:

Flag Country
Capital
Area
(km²)
Population
Density
(/km²)
GDP per cap.
(PPP)
HDI Currency
Official languages Leaders
Flag of Australia.svg Australia Canberra 7,686,850 d23,881,139[25] 2.833 46,433 0.933 Australian dollar
(AUD; A$)
English (de facto) Head of state: Elizabeth II
Governor-General: Peter Cosgrove
Head of government: Malcolm Turnbull
Flag of India.svg India New Delhi 3,287,240 a1,276,370,000[26] 364.4 5,855 0.586 Indian rupee
(INR; )
Hindi in Devanagari script,
English and others
Head of state: Pranab Mukherjee
Head of government: Narendra Modi
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand Wellington 268,680 e4,612,280[27] 16.1 35,152 0.910 New Zealand dollar
(NZD; NZ$)
English, Māori and NZ Sign Language Head of state: Elizabeth II
Governor-General: Jerry Mateparae
Head of government: John Key
Flag of Russia.svg Russia Moscow 17,075,400 c146,567,880[28] 8.3 24,805 0.778 Russian ruble
(RUB; Rouble official sign for small display.svg)
Russian Head of state: Vladimir Putin
Head of government: Dmitry Medvedev
Flag of the United States.svg United States Washington, D.C. 9,629,091 b321,719,000[29] 32 54,597 0.914 United States dollar
(USD; $)
English (de facto) Head of state and government:
Barack Obama

ASEAN Regional Forum[edit]

The ASEAN Regional Forum is an informal multilateral dialogue of 27 members that seeks to address security issues in the Asia-Pacific region.

The list includes the members of the East Asia Summit plus:

Flag Country
Capital
Area
(km²)
Population
Density
(/km²)
GDP per cap.
(PPP)
HDI Currency
Official languages Leaders
Flag of Bangladesh.svg Bangladesh[30] Dhaka 147,570 b159,143,012[31] 1,099.3 3,373 0.558 Bangladeshi taka
(BDT; ৳)
Bengali Head of state: Abdul Hamid
Head of government: Sheikh Hasina Wazed
Flag of Canada.svg Canada Ottawa 9,984,670 c35,749,600[32] 3.41 44,843 0.902 Canadian dollar
(CAD; C$)
English and French Head of state: Elizabeth II
Governor-General: David Johnston
Head of government: Justin Trudeau
Flag of Mongolia.svg Mongolia Ulaanbaatar 1,564,115 e3,032,606[33] 1.75 11,882 0.698 Mongolian tögrög
(MNT; ₮)
Mongolian Head of state: Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Head of government: Norovyn Altankhuyag
Flag of North Korea.svg North Korea Pyongyang 120,540 d25,155,000[34] 198.3 1,8001,800 est. 0.7660.540 (2012 UNDP) North Korean won
(KPW; ₩)
Korean Supreme Leader: Kim Jong-Un
Head of state: Kim Yong-Nam (de jure & de facto)
Head of government: Pak Pong-ju
Flag of Pakistan.svg Pakistan Islamabad 796,095 a191,198,263[35] 214.3 4,736 0.537 Pakistani rupee
(PKR; ₨)
Urdu and English Head of state: Mamnoon Hussain
Head of government: Nawaz Sharif
Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte (Administrative)
Colombo (Commercial)
65,610 20,771,00[36] 323 10,372 0.750 Sri Lankan rupee
(LKR; රු)
Sinhalese and Tamil Head of state and government: Maithripala Sirisena
Flag of Europe.svg European Union Brussels (de facto) 4,324,782 508,191,116[37] 115.9 37,607 0.8760.876 (UNDP cal.) Euro (EUR; €) and 10 others Various Head of state: Donald Tusk (Council)
Head of government: Jean-Claude Juncker (Commission)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Overview, ASEAN Secretariat official website. Retrieved 12 June 2006
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  20. ^ East Timor ASEAN Bid Retrieved 28 July 2006
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