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Prabowo’s Pivot: China-Indonesia Relations After the Election

Prabowo’s Pivot: China-Indonesia Relations After the Election

By Zhekai LI
Prabowo’s recent visit to Beijing hints at a potential recalibration of his stance on China policy.

Prabowo Pledges Closer Ties With Japan Following China Visit

Prabowo Pledges Closer Ties With Japan Following China Visit

By Sebastian Strangio
The Indonesian president-elect's back-to-back visits to China and Japan point to a continuation of his predecessor's pragmatic foreign policy.
Indonesia’s Prabowo Meets China’s Xi on First Visit Since Election

Indonesia’s Prabowo Meets China’s Xi on First Visit Since Election

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
China's hosting of the Indonesian president-elect highlights its desire to hit the ground running when the new administration takes office in October.

Prabowo’s Presidency and Indonesia’s Future

Prabowo’s Presidency and Indonesia’s Future

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Bridget Welsh.

How Will Chinese Investors Navigate Indonesia’s Post-election Risks?

How Will Chinese Investors Navigate Indonesia’s Post-election Risks?

By Ahmad Syarif
Chinese firms, which have established good relations with President Joko Widodo's cabinet, are quietly putting out feelers ahead of the changeover of administration.

Indonesia, China Vow to Expand Economic Cooperation

Indonesia, China Vow to Expand Economic Cooperation

By Sebastian Strangio
This week's Belt and Road Forum has demonstrated that many Southeast Asian leaders still view China as central to their nations’ economic prosperity.

Indonesian President Inaugurates Southeast Asia’s First High-speed Railway

Indonesian President Inaugurates Southeast Asia’s First High-speed Railway

By Sebastian Strangio
The $7.3 billion project connects the cities of Jakarta and Bandung, which lie along one of the world's most congested travel corridors.
China’s Educational Soft Power Is Seeing Results in Indonesia

China’s Educational Soft Power Is Seeing Results in Indonesia

By Azis Anwar Fahcrodin
Generous government scholarships have generated positive impressions of China – and even an impulse to defend its policies in the face of Western criticism.

Two Ways Indonesia is Helping China Persecute the Uyghurs

Two Ways Indonesia is Helping China Persecute the Uyghurs

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
Jakarta has been vocal in its defense of the Rohingya and the Palestinians. So why is it being so cautious about the situation in China's Xinjiang region?

China’s Expanding Health Diplomacy in Indonesia

China’s Expanding Health Diplomacy in Indonesia

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
After economics and trade, the health sector has become a priority focus of Beijing's engagement with Southeast Asia's most populous nation.

China’s ‘Think-Tank Diplomacy’ is Gaining Traction in Indonesia

China’s ‘Think-Tank Diplomacy’ is Gaining Traction in Indonesia

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
Partnerships between Indonesian and Chinese research institutes are an increasingly prominent part of Beijing's "soft power" strategy. Are they working?
China’s Charm Offensive in Indonesia and the Implications for Japan

China’s Charm Offensive in Indonesia and the Implications for Japan

By Yamazaki Amane and Hanada Ryosuke
Beijing's wooing of Southeast Asia's largest nation counsels a renewed focus on maritime Southeast Asia from Tokyo.

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