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Indonesia and the UAE Draw Closer Together. Is There a Strategy to This?

Indonesia, under Jokowi presidency, and the UAE, under the Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed (MBZ), have been drawing closer together.
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NATION

By Creating a New Ministry of Investment, Is Jokowi Playing a Geo-economic Game?

By Alfin Zulfikar Rizky Indonesian President Joko Widodo recently reorganized his Indonesia Maju Cabinet again. The most notable changes were the merger of the Ministry of...

Indonesia Is Not India but the Virus Sees No Difference between the Two

By Ranessa Nainggolan The Covid-19 global pandemic has been with us for more than a year. Now the mutated version of the Coronavirus has spread in...

Indonesia Is Enjoying a Start-up Bubble; That Bubble Could Burst Anytime Soon.

By Harishmawan Heryadi In recent times, young Indonesians have found a new aspiration apart from becoming a content creator, and that is to become a founder of or...

As the World’s Largest Nickel Producer Does Indonesia Have Economic Leverage?

By Ranessa Nainggolan Indonesia has taken a major step toward switching from fossil fuels to a source of energy that is decidedly more environment-friendly. It...

Indonesia Faces a Huawei Quandary As US-China Rivalry Keeps Simmering

By Muhammad Jasuma Fadholi The dynamics of the relationship between the two world powers, the United States and China, in the months ahead will be...

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WORLD

The U.K. Seeks Dialogue Partnership With ASEAN, Pursues Global Agenda

By Noto Suoneto and Frederik Wrist In mid-April 2021, U.K. Foreign Minister Dominic Raab visited Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam in order to forge closer trade and security ties with the...

Can McCarthyism Make a Comeback Under Joe Biden’s Presidency?

By Krisantus Tobias After taking over from Donald Trump, Joe Biden is slowly but surely trying to restore the global image of the United States (US). Uncle...

Women Leaders in the Covid-19 Pandemic: What Is the Secret to Their Effectiveness?

By Bernie Quimpo Do women really make more effective leaders in a global crisis such as a Covid-19 pandemic? The belief that they do has...

REGION

How the ASEAN Summit on Myanmar Might—or Might Not—Impact the Situation in Myanmar

By Joshua Kurlantzick These past weekends, the ten member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), including Myanmar, held an emergency summit to address...

The U.K. Seeks Dialogue Partnership With ASEAN, Pursues Global Agenda

By Noto Suoneto and Frederik Wrist In mid-April 2021, U.K. Foreign Minister Dominic Raab visited Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam in order to forge closer trade and security ties with the...

What is China’s Involvement And Stake in the Myanmar Crisis?

By Harishmawan Heryadi Many have begun to attribute the military coup in Myanmar to the presence of foreign hands. Could that be true?  Many days have...

The UK Updates Its Foreign Policy, Boosts Ties with ASEAN, Indonesia

By Noto Suoneto In early March 2021, the United Kingdom published its “Integrated Review of Security, Defense, Development and Foreign Policy,” a document describing the government’s...

The Rohingya Crisis: No Solution Is in Sight, the Suffering Continues

By Pinehas Danu Arvito In the early hours of 9 October 2016, a small group of Rohingya people, armed with sticks, knives and a few...

The TAC Is ASEAN’s Code of Ethics—Why Isn’t It Used to Settle Disputes?

By Calvin Khoe When ASEAN was founded in August 1967, it was ostensibly for the purpose of economic and functional cooperation. However, the statements of...
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Indonesia and the UAE Draw Closer Together. Is There a Strategy to This?

Indonesia, under Jokowi presidency, and the UAE, under the Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed (MBZ), have been drawing closer together.

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By Alfin Zulfikar Rizky Indonesian President Joko Widodo recently reorganized his Indonesia Maju Cabinet again. The most notable changes were the merger of the Ministry of...

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