Malcolm Turnbull won't commit to raising the issue of Myanmar's Rohingya crisis at the Sydney meeting of ASEAN leaders this weekend, but Indonesia will.
James Massola is south-east Asia correspondent, based in Jakarta. He was previously chief political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, based in Canberra. He has been a Walkley and Quills finalist on three occasions.
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