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The Indonesian WayASEAN, Europeanization, and Foreign Policy Debates in a New Democracy$
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Jürgen Rüland

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781503602854

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503602854.001.0001

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Indonesian Visions of Regionalism: From Yudhoyono to Jokowi

Indonesian Visions of Regionalism: From Yudhoyono to Jokowi

(p.184) 10 Indonesian Visions of Regionalism: From Yudhoyono to Jokowi
The Indonesian Way

Jürgen Rüland

Stanford University Press

With the “leadership frame,” the chapter unearths a new interpretive frame of the Charter from 2009 onward, suggesting a gradual return of extant ideas of Indonesian foreign policymaking. The chapter also scrutinizes the internalization of the new EU-inspired ideas of regionalism. The litmus tests were events in which the territorial and economic sovereignty of Indonesia was challenged, such as the disputes with Malaysia over maritime borders and the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area. The response to these events showed that most stakeholders except civil society threw overboard many of the liberal-cosmopolitan values associated with European regional integration. Last, the chapter examines whether this ideational reversal continued under the Jokowi government and suggests that the latter did not abruptly break with the foreign policy of his predecessor. Many of the seemingly new Jokowi policies had their roots in the second term of the Yudhoyono presidency.

Keywords:   leadership frame, Ambalat dispute, ASEAN-China Free Trade Area, Jokowi presidency

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