Indonesia needs a post-ASEAN foreign policy
PREMIUM There is nothing more irritating than being ignored. That is what is happening to Indonesia, the so-called largest country in Southeast Asia. Foreign Ministry spokesman Teuku Faizasyah revealed last week the Indonesian government had sent 35 notes of protest to Malaysia over Ambalat since 1980. However, the neighboring country, a fellow ASEAN member, has not stopped maneuvering in the area. ...
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