Even a Neutral Indonesia Could Get Dragged Into a China-US War
By Abdul Rahman Yaacob
Indonesia could unwittingly be drawn into great-power military conflict due to its strategic location, especially if a China-U.S. clash happens in Indonesian waters.
A Year After AUKUS, What Challenges Loom Largest?
By Grant Wyeth
From Indonesian concerns to possible overreliance on an unpredictable U.S., Australia’s nuclear submarine ambitions present plenty of challenges.
Indonesia and Malaysia Reiterate Concerns About AUKUS Pact
By Sebastian Strangio
Their statements reflect the trepidation that many Southeast Asian governments feel about rising Sino-American tensions.