Indonesia’s Non-aligned Foreign Policy Is Not Neutral
By Retno L.P. Marsudi
No bloc, no problem, explains Indonesia’s foreign minister.
Jokowi to Press Biden on Israel-Hamas War During White House Meeting
By Sebastian Strangio
The Indonesian leader, who will meet Joe Biden on Monday, says that he will press the U.S. president to bring the Israeli attacks on Gaza to an end.
Why the Philippines Needs to Work With the Pacific Island Nations
By Rej Cortez Torrecampo and Karla S. Cruz
In an increasingly complex geopolitical environment, Manila has good reasons to develop relations with other archipelagic states, including those to its south and east.
Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship Could Make or Break the Bloc
By Virdika Rizky Utama
During its year at the helm, Jakarta has an opportunity to reset the trajectory for itself and the entire ASEAN bloc.
Indonesia’s Commitment to the Pacific Needs to Go Beyond Rhetoric
By Hipolitus Wangge
Jakarta has gestured toward closer relations with the region, but its engagement lags behind many other major powers.
Indonesia’s President Admits ASEAN Has Made No Progress on Myanmar Crisis
By Edna Tarigan and Jim Gomez
Indonesia pointed to its “quiet diplomacy” on Myanmar, but acknowledged there has been little progress in ending the deadly civil strife.
Indonesia’s Plea: ‘G-20 Must Not Fail’
By Sribala Subramanian
Was Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi’s speech at the United Nations a curtain raiser for the G-20 summit?
It is Time for Indonesia to Act as a Stabilizer in Ukraine – and Beyond
By Radityo Dharmaputra
Jakarta's fence-sitting over the Russian aggression in Ukraine is undermining its normative and moral authority.
Cornerstone No More? The Changing Role of ASEAN in Indonesian Foreign Policy
By Mabda Haerunnisa Fajrilla Sidiq
Rumors of the eclipse of the Southeast Asian bloc in the country's foreign policy thinking have been greatly exaggerated.
Indonesia’s Plans for the G-20
Rizal Sukma, Shafiah F. Muhibat, and I Gede Wahyu Wicaksana discuss Indonesia's foreign policy strategy as Jakarta prepares to host the G-20 summit later this year.
The Rise of Indonesia on the Global Stage: Reflections on an Economic Ascent
By Edward Parker
With its presidency of the G-20 this year, the country is finally beginning to fulfill its potential as a regional and global leader.