The following stories talk about the subject ‘Foreign Relations & Policy’.
The FPI, Islam Defenders' Front, are protesting apparent plans by the Defence department to buy Israeli aircraft.
Antara advertises a planned anti-Zionist, pro-Palestinian march by an obscure group in Lampung.
Australians and Indonesians regard each other with at least some degree of mutual suspicion, and some hostility, a report says.
A report by the International Crisis Group suggests the situation in Papua is not as dire as some, often Australians, like to believe.
A majority of Indonesians blame Israel and the United States for the recent war in Lebanon, not suprisingly.
Antara helps sow the seeds of hatred by hosting a seminar called "Al-Aqsha Haqquina" in which calls are made for jihad to liberate the Al-Aqsa mosque.
As Indonesia prepares to send troops to Lebanon calls are made for the country's armed forces (TNI) to maintain neutrality in the conflict.
A journalist was refused a visa because he is Israeli.
Indonesia is not taking Israel's rejection of its plan to send peacekeeping troops lying down.
Somebody called Dwiki Dharmawan, apparently a musician, supports sending Indonesian troops to Lebanon.
President Yudhoyono remains extremely enthusiastic about sending peacekeepers to Lebanon.
Indonesian intellectuals work themselves into paroxysms of outrage over Israel's invasion of Lebanon.
The plans of some militant Muslims to go to fight in Lebanon and the government's and others' reactions to them.
The reactions of Indonesian Christians to the Israel - Lebanon situation.
The media, and apparently some politicians and generals, keep insisting, with much enthusiasm, that an Indonesian armed peacekeeping force will shortly be sent to Lebanon.
The middle eastern crisis and Indonesian reactions to it.
Muslim political groups are taking a keen interest in events in Israel and Lebanon.
Some of the "sayings" of Abu Bakar Bashir after his release from prison.
Hasyim Muzadi of the Nahdlatul Ulama (PBNU) says his organisation should act as a bridge linking Islam to the West, but only the European part of the West.
U.S. Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld arrived in Indonesia for talks on terrorism and ways to improve military ties as the United States continues its attempts to hem in China and shore up support among Muslim-majority countries.