Where is ASEAN in Indonesia’s Foreign Policy? Jokowi after Two Years

Ahmad Rizky M. Umar Research Associate at ASEAN Studies Center UGM Under President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, Indonesia appears less oriented toward the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Earlier in 2014, Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi embraced several new ideas on how Indonesia’s foreign policy will be directed under her leadership, which is now popular as “Pro-People” […]


A Single Monetary Regime in ASEAN: Panacea or False Hope

Muhammad Rasyid Ridho[1] & Wening Setyanti[2] 3rd Winner of Call for Essay: ASEAN Community Post 2015 Basically, there are four pillars under ASEAN economic integration: (1) a single market and production base, (2) a highly competitive economic region, (3) a region of equitable economic development, and (4) a region fully integrated into the global economy. From […]