Indonesian presidency at G20 and the upcoming summit to be held in November force the country to pay attention to the Russian war against Ukraine as a substantial security threat. Moreover, the country will be affected by the food crisis caused by it. In such circumstances, Indonesian President Joko Vidodo has first visited Kyiv, Ukraine and then Moscow, Russia and met with both leaders of the countries at war. Can this be considered a peace-keeping mission? Find out in Ukraine in Flames 129.
01:59 – How effective can Indonesian mediation be?
07:35 – Indonesian efforts: peace-keeping or preparation for G20?
13:18 – Ambitions of regional leadership
18:52 – How political tradition defines Indonesia’s stand
Dr Nigel Gould-Davies, Senior Fellow, International Institute for Strategic Studies
Igor Semyvolos, executive director of Association of Middle East Studies
Alina Hrytsenko, Senior Consultant National Institute for Strategic Studies
Nataliya Butyrska, Asia-focused expert on international relations
UKRAINE IN FLAMES project is created by the Ukraine Crisis Media Center, Ukrainian Catholic University’s analytical center and NGO "Euroatlantic Course". We are aiming at searching a loud support for Ukraine in the war started by Russia on the 24th of February 2022.
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