By almost any measure, Indonesia ranks among the leading nations of the contemporary world. Yet, despite its significant population, rapidly growing economy and close proximity to New Zealand, it is not on the radar for most New Zealanders.
In this paper, Frank Wilson paper argues that it should be. Wilson looks at Indonesia’s regional role and its economy – and also why both its current achievements and future potentiality are under-appreciated in New Zealand. He also looks at the main connections between New Zealand and Indonesia and prospects for developing the relationship.
Author: Frank Wilson