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Could a green investment deal help Indonesia and Australia overcome their past tensions?

By Cahyani Widi Larasakti, PhD Student in International Relations, The University of Melbourne
Australia and Indonesia have long had an uneasy relationship, over issues ranging from Timor-Leste’s independence to asylum seekers and bans on live cattle export to the aftermath of the Bali bombings.

While the politics have long been challenging, there’s reason to believe a change may be coming. One of the fastest-growing economies in the world, Indonesia has long been powered by coal. Now, it’s endeavouring to go green through renewables, grid modernisation,…The Conversation

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