Indonesia-US defense ties at a turning point
Fellow at ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute
PREMIUM The aim of United States Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis’ first official visit to Indonesia last January, the second by a top official from the President Donald Trump administration after Vice President Mike Pence, was to reinvigorate US-Indonesia defense relations. The Pentagon is committed to cultivating and enhancing bilateral defense cooperation in line with US national security inter...
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