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Jokowi

Quo vadis, Indonesia? - Foreign Policy under Jokowi

By Susanna Mocker

24 March 2016

Indonesia has been described as "the most important country we know least about." With the upcoming Brussels visit of President Joko Widodo ("Jokowi") in April, it is timely to address this shortcoming. In the 15 months of his presidency the way Indonesia relates to the world has changed markedly in several areas.

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Mahathir

Mahathir & Anwar vs Najib: How Will It End?

By Yang Razali Kassim

7 March 2016

Malaysia's rambunctious politics has entered an even more unpredictable phase with political foes Mahathir Mohamad and jailed Anwar Ibrahim joining hands to unseat Prime Minister Najib Razak and push for systemic change. Where will all this lead?

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Thailand Junta

Calm in Thailand Hides Problems

By Fraser Cameron, Director

4 February 2016

Visiting Thailand last month I was struck by the superficial calm in Bangkok as well as other cities. Most people go about their daily business without army or police interference. Tourists still come in their thousands to enjoy the many delights of the country. But although there are few visible signs of unrest many Thais wonder when they are going to have an elected government again. There is growing dissatisfaction with the military even among its initial supporters.

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