Submarine Acquisition in Indonesia
The reasons for submarine acquisition in Indonesia are explored against the general strategic context in Southeast Asia and the country’s unique approach to the challenges it identifes is demonstrated, not least through the concept of Indonesia as a Global Maritime Fulcrum. The contribution that submarines are thought to make to Indonesia’s security is discussed and the technological, economic and demographic problems their acquisition poses are identifed.
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|Book Title:||Naval Modernisation in Southeast Asia, Part Two|
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