Indonesia's Chance to Avoid Obama's Mistakes
Incoming Indonesian President Joko Widodo, who is to be inaugurated Monday, has much in common with his U.S. counterpart: a winning smile, popularity among the young, an outsider reputation -- and an opposition bent on sabotaging his chances of success. To avoid the kind of political gridlock that has hamstrung Barack Obama in the past several years, Widodo will have to move quickly and, where possible, unilaterally.
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