Prime Minister Scott Morrison called President Joko Widodo related with Indo-Pacific Security Pack to ensure that Australia will not obtain nuclear weapons, following the establishment of 'Aukus'. Morrison ensured his Indonesian counterpart that Aukus Security Partnership would contribute to peace and stability as well as a strategic balance in the Indo-Pacific region.
Just hours after North Korean tested second missiles, South Korean conducted its first underwater launched ballistic missile test on Wednesday. After north Korea and South Korea testes series of ballistic missiles, does it still relevant using missile weapons as an 'ace' card on international negotiations? To discuss about the issue further, Mrs Dewi Fortuna Anwar, a Research Professor From The Centre For Politics (BRIN), has joined on Asia Prime to share her thoughts
The Papandayan Jazz Festival 2021 will be held in this coming December, after it was cancelled last year due to the covid pandemic.
On Asia Prime, Bobby Renaldi, general manager of the Papandayan and founder of TP Jazz Management and also Yolande Melsert, head Culture and Communication, and director of Dutch cultural centre Erasmus Huis tell us how the organizer prepare and collaborate with other parties for the success of the event
U.S President Joe Biden announced that the United States is forming a new Indo-Pacific security alliance with Britain and Australia, that will allow for greater sharing of defense capabilities, including helping equip Australia with nuclear powered submarines. Joe Biden, Boris Johnson, and Scott Morrison appeared together virtually to detail the new alliance, which will be called AUKUS. The three announced that they would quickly turn their attention to developing nuclear powered submarines for Australia.
Firefighters are racing against time to initiate emergency search and rescue efforts, after a 6.0 magnitude earthquake jolted Luxian county of Luzhou city, in Southwest China's Sichuan province.
The President of France late Wednesday announced the death of the leader of Islamic state in the Greater Sahara Adnan Abu Walid Al-Sahrawi, calling the death a major success for the French military, after more than eight years fighting extremists in the Sahel.
World leaders agreed six years ago in Paris to work to keep global temperatures from increasing more than 2 degrees Celsius and ideally no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century, but nations are struggling to intensify green energy. European Union and China are trying to solve this main issue.