Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi speaks during a virtual informal meeting with Asean foreign ministers and representatives on March 2. Photo: Reuters Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi speaks during a virtual informal meeting with Asean foreign ministers and representatives on March 2. Photo: Reuters
Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi speaks during a virtual informal meeting with Asean foreign ministers and representatives on March 2. Photo: Reuters
Myanmar

Analysis |
Indonesia’s Myanmar activism has achieved little except US and China agreement

  • In trying to shape a regional response to the military coup, Indonesian foreign minister Retno Marsudi is following a deep historical precedent
  • But Jakarta faces a steep hurdle in getting its tried-and-tested methods of quiet diplomacy and persuasion to work amid the protests in Myanmar

Topic |   Myanmar
Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi speaks during a virtual informal meeting with Asean foreign ministers and representatives on March 2. Photo: Reuters Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi speaks during a virtual informal meeting with Asean foreign ministers and representatives on March 2. Photo: Reuters
Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi speaks during a virtual informal meeting with Asean foreign ministers and representatives on March 2. Photo: Reuters
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