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Talking Indonesia: Indonesia and AUKUS

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What underpins Indonesia’s negative response to AUKUS? Dr Dave McRae explores this question and more with Dr Ahmad Rizky M Umar in the first episode of Talking Indonesia for 2023.

Best of 2022

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Indonesia at Melbourne will again be taking a short break over the New Year period. Here we present the articles and episodes that attracted your attention in 2022. We look forward to seeing you again in early 2023!

Indonesia has great hopes for the G20. Will it deliver?

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There are reasons to be sceptical about whether this week's G20 Summit will deliver on the Indonesian government's aims.

Is it time for Indonesia’s media to act on growing Chinese influence?

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Since 2019, China has greatly expanded its efforts to influence media in Indonesia.  

Strange bedfellows: why do far-right leaders support Indonesia’s promotion of ‘moderate Islam’?

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Indonesia’s promotion of “moderate Islam” has gained support from some unlikely allies.

Talking Indonesia: the Taiwan crisis

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How would Indonesia respond in the event of armed conflict between China and Taiwan? Dr Dave McRae chats with Ratih Kabinawa in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

How can Australia make sure its economic partnership with Indonesia works – for both countries?

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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's visit to Indonesia was a good sign for the implementation of Australia's free trade agreement with Indonesia. But there is still a lot of work to do.

How will Indonesia deal with Russia and Ukraine at the G20?

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How will Indonesia's pragmatic and somewhat ambivalent approach to the war in Ukraine be viewed when Indonesia is in the global spotlight at the G20 summit?

Jokowi's bicycle diplomacy

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When President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo invited Prime Minister Anthony Albanese for a bike ride around the Presidential Palace, many Australians were surprised. But bicycles have long been part of Jokowi's image crafting strategy.

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