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Finding Regionalism in Jokowi’s Foreign Policy
May 03, 2016
Finding Regionalism in Jokowi’s Foreign Policy
Suggestions that Indonesia is now “turning away” from ASEAN may be exaggerated.
Finding Regionalism in Jokowi’s Foreign Policy
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
Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss a recent stand-off between Indonesia and China in the South China Sea.
South China Sea Update: Understanding the Indonesia-China Row in the Natuna Islands
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
Indonesia is set to follow a passive and dependent policy in the region.
After Natuna Incident, South China Sea Tensions Likely to Get Worse Before They Get Better
How Obama Views Asia-Pacific Leaders
March 21, 2016
How Obama Views Asia-Pacific Leaders
Which leaders does Barack Obama get along particularly well with?
How Obama Views Asia-Pacific Leaders
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
The United States, Japan, and India have a trilateral, and Jokowi is possibly changing ASEAN--our editors discuss.
Why the US-India-Japan Trilateral Relationship Is a Big Deal
Can Jokowi Bring Peace to West Papua?
June 12, 2015
Can Jokowi Bring Peace to West Papua?
The Indonesian president is rolling out new initiatives, hoping for a breakthrough in a troubled region.
Can Jokowi Bring Peace to West Papua?
Majority of Indonesians Now Disapprove Of Jokowi
January 30, 2015
Majority of Indonesians Now Disapprove Of Jokowi
Surveys suggest his popularity is waning just three months after he took office.
Majority of Indonesians Now Disapprove Of Jokowi
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Priorities Under Jokowi
January 09, 2015
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Priorities Under Jokowi
Jakarta has outlined its foreign policy priorities. Actually achieving them could be a challenge.
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Priorities Under Jokowi
China Woos Indonesia's New President
November 05, 2014
China Woos Indonesia's New President
Beijing and Jakarta promote maritime cooperation, despite differences over how to handle the South China Sea issue.
China Woos Indonesia's New President
Is China Too Big to Fail?
November 01, 2014
Is China Too Big to Fail?
Plus, China’s super secret underground submarine cave. Pacific Realist weekend links.
Is China Too Big to Fail?
Jokowi’s Priorities
September 20, 2014
Jokowi’s Priorities
A slowing economy, a poor education system, and crumbling infrastructure – there is much to choose from.
Jokowi’s Priorities
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
September 18, 2014
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
Indonesia’s next president has plans to reform Indonesia’s economy. It won’t be easy.
Jokowi’s Economic Challenges
Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite
July 18, 2014
Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite
Markets are considering the likely economic policies of the two candidates for the Indonesian presidency.
Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite
Indonesia Polls: Early Count Suggests Widodo Wins
July 09, 2014
Indonesia Polls: Early Count Suggests Widodo Wins
Widodo has a 5 point lead, but some analysts worry about manipulation of the final vote.
Indonesia Polls: Early Count Suggests Widodo Wins
Indonesia’s Elections: Promises and Policy Outcomes
July 03, 2014
Indonesia’s Elections: Promises and Policy Outcomes
The candidates are offering plenty of rhetoric, but can they actually deliver on their promises?
Indonesia’s Elections: Promises and Policy Outcomes
Jokowi’s Plans?
June 15, 2014
Jokowi’s Plans?
The frontrunner in Indonesia's presidential election has been remarkably vague on his policies.
Jokowi’s Plans?
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