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Is Indonesia getting 'grey-zoned' by China?: Jakarta Post contributor

The writer says it is Indonesia's priority to ensure that its response machinery works well in accordance with the principles of international relations.

Indonesian Air Force helicopters carrying the national flag during the country's 77th Independence Day celebrations in Jakarta on Aug 17, 2022. PHOTO: REUTERS
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JAKARTA (THE JAKARTA POST/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Indonesia's foreign policy today operates within a fast-changing regional and global environment, which carries with it both opportunities and challenges.

In navigating this dynamic milieu, the country has been guided by its active and independent foreign policy that places great significance on the upholding of the principles enshrined within the United Nations Charter and international law.

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