Assessing Indonesia's potential presidents' South China Sea strategies | East Asia Forum
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The South China Sea dispute was a key topic in the third round of Indonesian presidential debates. It is considered one of Indonesia's most important security issues and potentially involves military clashes with foreign countries.
The South China Sea dispute has become one of Indonesia's most important security issues. It is the only hot spot where there is a potential for military clashes with foreign countries.
During the debate, Ganjar Pranowo suggested that Indonesia should take 'provisional measures' to maintain peace and security in the disputed area. However, it is unclear what these measures would entail.
Ganjar suggested that Indonesia should initiate 'provisional measures' to maintain peace and security in the disputed area. But it is not clear what he mean by 'provisional measures and how such provisional measures can manage the conflict.
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