Catriona Croft-Cusworth has worked in media and communications in Jakarta since 2010. She holds degrees in Arts and Asian Studies (with a specialisation in Indonesian studies) from the Australian National University, and is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia. She is currently completing a Master's degree in Urban Planning at Deakin University.
After a slow start, Turnbull and Jokowi ready to get down to business
Jokowi’s main interest is economic cooperation. As he joked in Sydney: 'Let’s talk more about economics, I don’t want to talk a lot about politics – it gives me a headache'.
The question for Jokowi: Indonesia first, but can Australia be second?
The topics likely to be covered in bilateral talks reflect Jokowi's domestic-first agenda.