Indonesian Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto and Acting US Defense Secretary Chris Miller attend an Honor Cordon Review at the Indonesia Ministry of Defense in Jakarta on Dec. 7, 2020 / DoD photo by US Air Force Staff Sgt. Jack Sanders Asia, Defense, Top Stories Indonesia taps US lobby shop for $125 billion arms spending spree by Julian Pecquet on June 23, 2021 Julian Pecquet Author More in Asia: South Koreans tap former congressman to lobby for US sign-off on economic cooperation with Pyongyang July 22, 2021 Chinese electric bus maker taps ex-senators for shot at billions in clean energy funds July 20, 2021 Lobby firm abandons $2 million Myanmar contract after failing to secure sanctions waivers July 13, 2021 Indonesia's Ministry of Defense has hired a Washington law firm that specializes in military procurement as it eyes a $125 billion spending spree on new weapons over the next three years. Ott,Foreign Lobby Report provides comprehensive coverage of the latest foreign lobbying news—who’s hired whom, and why—that you won’t get anywhere else. Purchase this article for $5.00 Already a subscriber? Sign in here.