Hatta, Mohammad
April 1958
Foreign Affairs;Apr1958, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p480
This article shares the author's insights on the foreign policy of the Indonesian government. The author emphasizes that the Indonesian foreign policy is independent and active, independent because Indonesia does not wish to align itself with either of the opposition blocs, the Western bloc or the Communist bloc; active because it actively carries out a peaceful policy as a loyal member of the United Nations. In view of its origins and its aims as a member of the United Nations, the Republic of Indonesia rallies to every effort within the framework of the United Nations to do away with the controversy between the two blocs.


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