An Indonesian health care worker prepares a dose of China's Sinovac Biotech vaccine at a drive-through vaccination centre in Jakarta. Photo: Reuters
An Indonesian health care worker prepares a dose of China's Sinovac Biotech vaccine at a drive-through vaccination centre in Jakarta. Photo: Reuters
Ardhitya Eduard Yeremia
Opinion

Opinion

Ardhitya Eduard Yeremia and Klaus Heinrich Raditio

Indonesia’s vaccine cooperation with Beijing won’t compromise Unclos commitment in South China Sea

  • China began offering vaccine assistance to Southeast Asian countries in October and its pandemic assistance in the region has been unparalleled
  • It has raised concerns that Jakarta could be persuaded to soften its position on the South China Sea territorial dispute

An Indonesian health care worker prepares a dose of China's Sinovac Biotech vaccine at a drive-through vaccination centre in Jakarta. Photo: Reuters
An Indonesian health care worker prepares a dose of China's Sinovac Biotech vaccine at a drive-through vaccination centre in Jakarta. Photo: Reuters
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