Archive for September, 2008

  • The following is the draft text of the opening address by Robert Cribb, organiser of this year’s Indonesia Update Conference, which gets underway at 9am on Friday 19th September. This conference focuses on the special problems of governance that arise in an archipelagic state. One clear lesson of history is […]

    Cribb on Managing the Archipelagic State: Scoop Preview!

    The following is the draft text of the opening address by Robert Cribb, organiser of this year’s Indonesia Update Conference, which gets underway at 9am on Friday 19th September. This conference focuses on the special problems of governance that arise in an archipelagic state. One clear lesson of history is […]

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  • Former editor of Inside Indonesia magazine, Gerry van Klinken, will provide an extensive round-up of recent political developments at the Indonesia Update Conference at ANU on Friday 19th September. There will be a strong emphasis on the internal contradictions in the president’s anti-corruption drive, which sees many high level officials […]

    van Klinken on Current Politics

    Former editor of Inside Indonesia magazine, Gerry van Klinken, will provide an extensive round-up of recent political developments at the Indonesia Update Conference at ANU on Friday 19th September. There will be a strong emphasis on the internal contradictions in the president’s anti-corruption drive, which sees many high level officials […]

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  • Stephen Grenville published a piece in the “Australian Financial Review” last week on one of the most difficult issues of current public policy in Indonesia – corruption. Stephen considered the possibility of tackling corruption with a “big bang” approach but decided that this was impractical. Stephen notes that the judicial […]

    Markets and corruption in Indonesia

    Stephen Grenville published a piece in the “Australian Financial Review” last week on one of the most difficult issues of current public policy in Indonesia – corruption. Stephen considered the possibility of tackling corruption with a “big bang” approach but decided that this was impractical. Stephen notes that the judicial […]

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