Indonesia must lead for sake of its interests in South China Sea
Aaron L. Connelly
Research fellow at the Lowy Institute in Sydney
PREMIUM Over the past quarter century, Indonesia has sought to play the role of an honest broker in the South China Sea disputes, facilitating negotiations over a proposed Code of Conduct for claimants to the sea, and hosting workshops on technical issues and other barriers to cooperation. These efforts, though admirable, are no longer equal to the challenge presented by Chinese actions, which now pose a ...
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