LANGKAWI, Malaysia — Indonesia says it is open to the U.S. military’s “Pacific Pivot” and shift of focus to Asia, a stance that is in line with Indonesia’s efforts to procure more U.S. defense equipment. U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter issued a press statement March 22 saying, “Asian defense leaders were eager for a U.S. presence and involvement in the region and will very palpably feel the U.S. rebalance in the Asia Pacific region.” Indonesian Defense Minister ...
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