Indonesia - The Region’s Dirty Boy
Andreas Harsono | Kurniawan Sabar | Herry Purnamo
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It's been two months since Southeast Asia has been blanketed in thick smoke from the burning peat forests in Indonesia. Recent reports suggest that the haze could last up to the end of the year and beyond, prompting questions over Indonesia's response to this regional environmental crisis. Today, we explore Indonesia’s perspective on the political, economic and diplomatic dimensions of the haze.
This report is by Aziff Azuddin and Haniff Baharuddin.
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