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This article evaluates the non-interference principle of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in resolving the Rohingya crisis. The study emphasized the essential ethical and integrity standards found in international human rights law. In this study, literature review is employed to gather data from relevant scientific sources by utilizing descriptive qualitative research methods. Based on theoretical frameworks of human rights accountability with international human rights law in international relations context, the findings highlighted that ASEAN should act in conformity with international human rights under the rules of ethics and integrity in managing the regional crisis. The findings assert the necessity of comparing a better framework of international human rights to address regional problems like the Rohingya crisis, as well as any concerns that may develop in the future. As a practical suggestion, a conflict management body needs to be established within ASEAN.
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