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The Future of Asia 2023

'Global South' can shape regional order, Indonesian expert says

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From left: Jia Qingguo, professor at Peking University; Kori Schake, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute; and Dino Patti Djalal, Indonesia's former ambassador to the U.S., discuss regional security at the Future of Asia conference in Tokyo on May 26. (Photo by Yuki Nakao)

TOKYO -- Countries in the so-called Global South can offer solutions for urgent international issues and shape the regional order in Asia, Dino Patti Djalal, Indonesia's former ambassador to the U.S., said on Friday at Nikkei's Future of Asia forum.

"We're emerging economies and we're a lot more confident than before," Djalal said. "We're confident in our own views, non alignment 2.0, and we want to create our own space and try to go out and get along with everyone."

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