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Where Does Anies Baswedan Stand on Indonesia’s Foreign Policy?

Where Does Anies Baswedan Stand on Indonesia’s Foreign Policy?

By Noto Suoneto
Of the three Indonesian presidential candidates, the former Jakarta governor has promised the largest break with President Joko Widodo's approach.

Where Does Indonesia’s Prabowo Subianto Stand on Foreign Policy?

Where Does Indonesia’s Prabowo Subianto Stand on Foreign Policy?

By Noto Suoneto
The defense minister would likely follow the broad approach of President Joko Widodo, but with a heavier emphasis on defense.
Indonesia’s Non-aligned Foreign Policy Is Not Neutral  

Indonesia’s Non-aligned Foreign Policy Is Not Neutral  

By Retno L.P. Marsudi
No bloc, no problem, explains Indonesia’s foreign minister.

Where Does Ganjar Pranowo Stand on Indonesia’s Foreign Policy?

Where Does Ganjar Pranowo Stand on Indonesia’s Foreign Policy?

By Noto Suoneto
The PDI-P candidate has laid out a platform that suggests a good deal of continuity with the approach of President Joko Widodo.

The Significance of Indonesia’s Hosting of the Archipelago and Island States Forum

The Significance of Indonesia’s Hosting of the Archipelago and Island States Forum

By Ahalla Tsauro and Dini Putri Saraswati
Jakarta has a chance to position itself as a leading representative of those states whose security and prosperity is most closely tied to the ocean.

Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship Could Make or Break the Bloc

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

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 Kicks Off Naval Exercises With Involvement of China, US

Indonesia Kicks Off Naval Exercises With Involvement of China, US

By Sebastian Strangio
The Komodo exercises represent a rare sign of concord at a time of growing tension in the Asia-Pacific.

The China-brokered Iran-Saudi Peace Deal: Implications For Indonesia

The China-brokered Iran-Saudi Peace Deal: Implications For Indonesia

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
The prospects of China acting as a peace mediator are much less likely closer to home.

A Maturing Pragmatism in Indonesia-Singapore Relations

A Maturing Pragmatism in Indonesia-Singapore Relations

By Mustafa Izzuddin
Despite the twists and turns in their nations' ties, Joko Widodo and Lee Hsien Loong will leave things much better than they found them.

Why Indonesia is Backing Timor-Leste’s ASEAN Bid

Why Indonesia is Backing Timor-Leste’s ASEAN Bid

By Patrick Dupont
In less than a decade, Timor-Leste has gone from being a “pebble” in Indonesia’s shoe to a “good neighbor” of its former ruler.
Why Was the Iranian Navy in Jakarta?

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.

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