Posts with tag: Bilateral relationship

Past event: Jokowi's foreign policy and Australia-Indonesia ties

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Joko "Jokowi" Widodo’s contrasting approach to foreign policy compared to his predecessor, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, stands to reshape Australia-Indonesia ties. In this public lecture, Dr Evi Fitriani charts President Joko Widodo’s distinct approach to foreign policy and outlines the implications for Indonesia’s relationship with Australia.

Malcolm Turnbull in Jakarta: the make-up after the break-up

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Will Australia see a return to warm relations with Indonesia after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's meeting with President Joko Widodo? Professor Tim Lindsey, director of the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society, spoke to ABC's The Drum, about the prospects for the bilateral relationship.

Thank God he's not Abbott: Indonesia greets Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull’s replacement of Tony Abbott as prime minister of Australia did not make the front pages of any of Indonesia's main papers last week. But as Agus Salim and Tim Mann write, it was clear that Indonesians will not be shedding any tears over Abbott’s downfall.

Tim Lindsey on cattle import cuts and the bilateral relationship

Professor Tim Lindsey speaks to Emma Alberici from the ABC's Lateline program, about Indonesia's decision to slash its cattle import quota, and the state of the bilateral relationship.

We must go beyond symbolic protests

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Indonesia can easily dismiss Australia's objections to the death penalty when it just involves Australians. But Jokowi's policies have opened the window for a more powerful multinational response, write Dr Dave McRae and Diane Zhang.

7 reasons why Bali pair should not have been killed

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Myuran Sukumaran​ and Andrew Chan's deaths were pointless. Australia's response to the executions should focus on how to prevent this happening again, writes Professor Tim Lindsey.

How will the executions affect the bilateral relationship?

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Dr Dave McRae speaks to RN Breakfast about the planned execution of narcotics prisoners in Indonesia and their impact on Indonesia's relations with Australia, and the rest of the world.

A harsh response to executions would be foolish

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If Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are executed, writes Professor Tim Lindsey, any response should focus on the real issue in dispute between Australia and Indonesia – criminal justice. Photo by Mia Salim, DFAT.

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