China's infrastructure diplomacy in Indonesia
Researcher at the University of Indonesia’s School of Strategic and Global Studies
PREMIUM As the lack of infrastructure is seen as a bottleneck for growth, nations throughout the world have made this their primary focus. The realization that developing countries face difficulties with this and need very much support has given rise to a new kind of diplomacy — infrastructure diplomacy. Without doubt, Sino-Indonesian relations are one of the best — if not the best — ...
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