Aji Said M Iqbal Fajri

The author is a final year student at International Energy Master Programme, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po. He holds a bachelor's degree in International Relations from Universitas Indonesia. His research focuses on international political economy, geopolitics of energy, and energy business model.

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