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Indonesia Cites 2016 South China Sea Arbitral Tribunal Award at UN. Is That a Big Deal?
June 03, 2020

Indonesia Cites 2016 South China Sea Arbitral Tribunal Award at UN. Is That a Big Deal?

By Ankit Panda
Is Jakarta’s move an extension of existing policy or a change?

Australia and Indonesia: Close Friends At Last? 
February 11, 2020

Australia and Indonesia: Close Friends At Last? 

By Grant Wyeth
In a speech at the Australian parliament, Jokowi called Australia Indonesia’s closest friend.
India and Indonesia Come Together in the Indo-Pacific
May 30, 2018

India and Indonesia Come Together in the Indo-Pacific

By Harsh V. Pant
What will it take for India's relationship with Indonesia to progress to the next level?

'Act East' and the Burgeoning India-Indonesia Entente
February 10, 2017

'Act East' and the Burgeoning India-Indonesia Entente

By Harsh V. Pant
Can Indonesia and India come together to usher in a new era in bilateral ties?

Indonesia-China Tensions in the Natuna Sea: Evidence of Naval Efficacy Over Coast Guards?
June 28, 2016

Indonesia-China Tensions in the Natuna Sea: Evidence of Naval Efficacy Over Coast Guards?

By Lyle Morris
Indonesian authorities have seen the value of using Navies in illegal fishing contingencies. Is that a wise idea?

Finding Regionalism in Jokowi’s Foreign Policy
May 03, 2016

Finding Regionalism in Jokowi’s Foreign Policy

By Felix Heiduk
Suggestions that Indonesia is now “turning away” from ASEAN may be exaggerated.

Indonesia’s Hesitancy on the Global Stage
April 21, 2016

Indonesia’s Hesitancy on the Global Stage

By Nithin Coca
The country has long punched below its weight when it comes to foreign affairs.
South China Sea Update: Understanding the Indonesia-China Row in the Natuna Islands
March 25, 2016

South China Sea Update: Understanding the Indonesia-China Row in the Natuna Islands

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss a recent stand-off between Indonesia and China in the South China Sea.

Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?
March 24, 2016

Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at how Jakarta’s approach might (and might not) shift.

After Natuna Incident, South China Sea Tensions Likely to Get Worse Before They Get Better
March 22, 2016

After Natuna Incident, South China Sea Tensions Likely to Get Worse Before They Get Better

By Carl Thayer
Indonesia is set to follow a passive and dependent policy in the region.

Why the US-India-Japan Trilateral Relationship Is a Big Deal
October 01, 2015

Why the US-India-Japan Trilateral Relationship Is a Big Deal

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The United States, Japan, and India have a trilateral, and Jokowi is possibly changing ASEAN--our editors discuss.
Is Jokowi Turning His Back on ASEAN?
September 07, 2015

Is Jokowi Turning His Back on ASEAN?

By Avery Poole
Compared with his predecessor, the Indonesian president has a very different foreign approach.

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