President Joko Widodo speaks at the launch of Indonesia’s first public electric vehicle charging station in March. It will serve cars transporting world leaders during the G20 conference in November. Photo: AFP
President Joko Widodo speaks at the launch of Indonesia’s first public electric vehicle charging station in March. It will serve cars transporting world leaders during the G20 conference in November. Photo: AFP
Syed Munir Khasru
Opinion

Opinion

Syed Munir Khasru

Amid global divisions, Indonesia faces a daunting task to achieve G20 consensus

  • November’s meeting in Bali will be attended by world leaders increasingly at odds with one another amid rising geopolitical tensions
  • First-time host Indonesia has a chance to position itself as a champion of diplomacy and consensus building

President Joko Widodo speaks at the launch of Indonesia’s first public electric vehicle charging station in March. It will serve cars transporting world leaders during the G20 conference in November. Photo: AFP
President Joko Widodo speaks at the launch of Indonesia’s first public electric vehicle charging station in March. It will serve cars transporting world leaders during the G20 conference in November. Photo: AFP
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