Natuna: Troubled waters for Indonesia-Chinese relations?
Diana Liudin and Satria Sambijantoro
PREMIUM A Chinese saying, Jīngjì rè zhèngzhì lěng (in economics we can have warm relations, although in politics we give each other the cold shoulder), can perfectly describe the current state of Indonesian-Chinese relations, as the two remain at odds over the resource-rich waters near Natuna Island. Part of Indonesia’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) around Natuna is ...
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