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Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
October 09, 2016
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
The U.S. has done its part to deepen relations; the ball is now in Indonesia's court.
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
Indonesia Wants UN Security Council Seat
September 27, 2016
Indonesia Wants UN Security Council Seat
Vice president officially announces Jakarta’s bid for a non-permanent seat in the body.
Indonesia Wants UN Security Council Seat
Indonesia to Execute 10 Foreigners in War on Drugs
May 12, 2016
Indonesia to Execute 10 Foreigners in War on Drugs
The third round of drug convict executions during Jokowi’s presidency is in the works.
Indonesia to Execute 10 Foreigners in War on Drugs
Indonesia to Respond After South China Sea Case: Minister
March 31, 2016
Indonesia to Respond After South China Sea Case: Minister
Jakarta likely to issue statement on much-anticipated Philippines v. China verdict.
Indonesia to Respond After South China Sea Case: Minister
Indonesia Plays Up New South China Sea ‘Base’ After China Spat
March 28, 2016
Indonesia Plays Up New South China Sea ‘Base’ After China Spat
Lawmakers want existing plans for a new 'base' in the Natunas to get a closer look.
Indonesia Plays Up New South China Sea ‘Base’ After China Spat
Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?
March 24, 2016
Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?
A closer look at how Jakarta’s approach might (and might not) shift.
Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?
Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy: A Delicate Equilibrium
March 24, 2016
Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy: A Delicate Equilibrium
Before hoping for change, we should understand what the status quo is and why it has persisted.
Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy: A Delicate Equilibrium
Indonesia Could Sink 57 More Vessels in War on Illegal Fishing
January 08, 2016
Indonesia Could Sink 57 More Vessels in War on Illegal Fishing
Jakarta’s aggressive crackdown shows few signs of stopping in 2016.
Indonesia Could Sink 57 More Vessels in War on Illegal Fishing
Indonesia’s Jokowi to Skip APEC in the Philippines
November 13, 2015
Indonesia’s Jokowi to Skip APEC in the Philippines
Move likely to raise further questions about his administration’s commitment to regional multilateralism.
Indonesia’s Jokowi to Skip APEC in the Philippines
Jokowi Defends Indonesia’s Foreign Policy During US Trip
October 29, 2015
Jokowi Defends Indonesia’s Foreign Policy During US Trip
President Jokowi refutes claims that the country is becoming inward-looking during his tenure.
Jokowi Defends Indonesia’s Foreign Policy During US Trip
Exclusive: US, Indonesia Eye New Defense Pacts For Jokowi Visit
October 20, 2015
Exclusive: US, Indonesia Eye New Defense Pacts For Jokowi Visit
Both sides will elevate defense ties and deepen maritime cooperation, sources tell The Diplomat.
Exclusive: US, Indonesia Eye New Defense Pacts For Jokowi Visit
Exclusive: US, Indonesia to Strengthen Partnership During Jokowi Visit
October 20, 2015
Exclusive: US, Indonesia to Strengthen Partnership During Jokowi Visit
A sneak preview of what we can expect to come out of a much-anticipated trip.
Exclusive: US, Indonesia to Strengthen Partnership During Jokowi Visit
Australia Urges US to Caution Indonesia During Jokowi Visit
October 16, 2015
Australia Urges US to Caution Indonesia During Jokowi Visit
Foreign minister says visit an opportunity for Washington to address Jokowi’s foreign policy directly with him.
Australia Urges US to Caution Indonesia During Jokowi Visit
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