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Why Was the Iranian Navy in Jakarta?
November 18, 2022

Why Was the Iranian Navy in Jakarta?

By Patrick Dupont
Indonesia's growing ties with Iran and other Middle Eastern states offer a good illustration of its "free and active" foreign policy tradition.

Indonesia’s G-20 Dreams
November 01, 2022

Indonesia’s G-20 Dreams

By Shafiah F. Muhibat
Indonesia began promoting its G-20 presidency back in mid-2021, but the events of 2022 have seriously complicated its efforts.
It is Time for Indonesia to Act as a Stabilizer in Ukraine – and Beyond
October 11, 2022

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
October 05, 2022

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.

Indonesian Leader Calls for Unity, Braces for Global Crises
August 17, 2022

Indonesian Leader Calls for Unity, Braces for Global Crises

By Niniek Karmini
In his State of the Nation address, President Joko Widodo said Indonesians must face challenges “with prudence and vigilance.”

Indonesia’s Plans for the G-20
August 09, 2022

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
July 29, 2022

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.
Japan to Join Indonesia-Hosted Military Exercises for the First Time
July 27, 2022

Japan to Join Indonesia-Hosted Military Exercises for the First Time

By Sebastian Strangio
Prime Minister Kishida Fumio has confirmed that the Japan Self-Defense Forces will participate in next month's Garuda Shield military exercise.

Indonesia’s Jokowi Embarks on East Asian Tour Ahead of G-20 Summit
July 26, 2022

Indonesia’s Jokowi Embarks on East Asian Tour Ahead of G-20 Summit

By Sebastian Strangio
The Indonesian leader's visits to China, Japan, and South Korea are aimed at garnering support for his domestic economic agenda.

Jokowi Says Russia Agrees to Permit Vital Exports From Ukraine
July 01, 2022

Jokowi Says Russia Agrees to Permit Vital Exports From Ukraine

By Sebastian Strangio
According to the Indonesian leader, Vladimir Putin has promised to open a sea route to allow exports of food and fertilizer from Ukraine.

Indonesia’s President Jokowi to Visit Russia, Ukraine: Report
June 21, 2022

Indonesia’s President Jokowi to Visit Russia, Ukraine: Report

By Sebastian Strangio
The leader will seek to convince President Vladimir Putin to permit the export of Ukrainian wheat amid worrying global shortages.
Indonesia and Qatar Collaborate on Afghanistan Relief Efforts
June 10, 2022

Indonesia and Qatar Collaborate on Afghanistan Relief Efforts

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
The two are Muslim-majority nations that have sought a similar role as international mediators.

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