Indonesia’s March Towards Middle-Power Status
The journey could be marred by religious radicalism, poverty, and absence of a strong leader
By: B A Hamzah
Indonesia looks poised for an economic boom that could spur its quest for a higher international political profile. Many scholars, politicians, and corporate figures believe the nation has the right attributes to become more than the regional power it is now.
For some Indonesians, Southeast Asia, comprising the 10 me…