June 2013
Monthly: Australian Politics, Society & Culture;Jun2013, Issue 90, p30
The article focuses on the issues concerning the international relations between Indonesia and Australia. The role of former Indonesian President Sukarno in fostering relations with Australia and the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) is outlined. The consideration of Indonesia as a threat to Australia due to its rising national power fueled by economic growth is highlighted.


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