ASEAN the cornerstone of RI foreign policy, again
PhD candidate in international relations, Flinders University
PREMIUM ASEAN has been at the core of Indonesia’s preferred regional order since its inception in 1967. However, after half a century, it is clear that regional challenges have got the best of ASEAN and that the grouping requires substantial reform if it is going to remain the cornerstone of Indonesia’s foreign policy. Ibrahim Almuttaqi’s article on March 17, “ASEAN still the co...
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