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Indonesia is building a giant sea wall around Jakarta to prevent the low-lying capital from sinking under the sea.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has visited Beijing to shore up economic cooperation as global growth forecasts grow dim. However, economists warn that depending on Chinese investment can have negative consequences.
With its traditions of neutrality and nonalignment, Indonesia has had to tiptoe around the Ukraine war debate. Pro-Russia sentiment in the region complicates Jakarta's foreign policy challenges.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has said he will try to convince the Ukrainian and Russian leaders to end the war, which has stoked inflation as well as caused food and energy shortages in many developing countries.
Calls for an environmentally conscious form of Islam are growing in Indonesia, as climate change poses enormous ecological challenges for the country. Experts say it could change society's approach to climate efforts.
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