Indonesian Foreign Policy: Blind Spots, Stress Points and Potential Pitfalls

7 December 2017

Jarryd de Haan, Research Analyst
Future Directions International
05 December 2017

In his paper titled “Indonesian Foreign Policy: Blind Spots, Stress Points and Potential Pitfalls” Jarryd de Haan, Research Analyst, Indian Ocean Research Programme, identifies some of the most important challenges that will confront Indonesia in the years ahead. Among those challenges are Indonesia’s leadership role in ASEAN, its position as a Muslim beacon of democracy and the need to reduce its dependence on China by broadening its economic relationships with other countries.

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