The term "Indo-Pacific" has increasingly become the code for confrontation or a pushback against China - but can Indonesia rescue the concept on behalf of Asean and regional inclusivity?
In the United States, Australia, Japan and India, much is being said right now about the "Indo-Pacific". Used as a strategic concept, forum or regional community, the term is often framed as a way of diluting the dominance of China.
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