Human rights not yet priority: Rights group
The Jakarta Post
Indonesia’s 2017 foreign policy priorities do little to move away from the common paradigm of peacekeeping, economy building and maintaining regional peace and security, while failing to focus on the promotion and protection of human rights, a rights activist has said.
Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi conveyed on Tuesday her annual press statement on foreign policy, which is used as an o...
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