Russia’s War on Ukraine: Lessons for the Indonesian Armed Forces
By Muhammad Fauzan Malufti
The European conflict has laid bare several vulnerabilities in the TNI's modernization plans.
The Next Cyber Phase of the Russia-Ukraine War Will Echo in Asia
By Muhammad Faizal bin Abdul Rahman
Asia-Pacific countries should prepare for the cyber implications of the next phase of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship: Promoting ASEAN Relevance in 2023?
By Laura Southgate
The country takes up the bloc's rotating chairmanship at a time when its centrality and efficacy are being called into question.
How Has the Russia-Ukraine War Impacted Cambodia’s Foreign Policy?
By Sokvy Rim
The country and its prime minister, Hun Sen, have been unexpectedly outspoken about Ukraine's plight.
Should ASEAN Take a Stronger Position on the Ukraine War?
By Frederick Kliem and Ian Seow Cheng Wei
ASEAN and its individual member states have mostly avoided taking a strong stance on the conflict. Is that a sign of weakness, or a smart diplomatic move?
How the Russia-Ukraine War Will Impact Philippines-Russia Relations
By Joshua Espeña
Despite steady improvements in defense ties, there isn't much at stake in the two countries' bilateral relations.
Why Indonesia Should Stand With Ukraine
By Edward Parker
In an increasingly turbulent global strategic environment, it is high time for Indonesia to get off the fence.
Breaking with ASEAN, Some Regional Leaders Find Their Voice Over Ukraine
By Luke Hunt
Jettisoning Myanmar and admitting Timor-Leste would bolster the bloc.