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  • HIGHLIGHTS The Highlights on the Indonesia Project calendar for the period January–June 2010 were the Jakarta component of the High Level Policy Dialogues (HLPD) held in February 2010, a workshop on Aid for Trade in Indonesia held at the ANU on 7 May 2010, the institution of two new joint […]

    INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 9 (January–June 2010)

    HIGHLIGHTS The Highlights on the Indonesia Project calendar for the period January–June 2010 were the Jakarta component of the High Level Policy Dialogues (HLPD) held in February 2010, a workshop on Aid for Trade in Indonesia held at the ANU on 7 May 2010, the institution of two new joint […]

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  • by Hal Hill and Mari Pangestu Published in Australian, 16 June 2010, page 24. Click here See also other obituaries by Mari Pangestu and by Chris Manning in this blog.

    OBITUARY: M. Hadi Soesastro

    by Hal Hill and Mari Pangestu Published in Australian, 16 June 2010, page 24. Click here See also other obituaries by Mari Pangestu and by Chris Manning in this blog.

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  • Since March 2010, the Institute for Economic and Social Research (LPEM) of the University of Indonesia, in collaboration with the Indonesia Project, has held two fortnightly discussion groups at LPEM-FEUI in Jakarta. The first group is the Kelompok Diskusi Sore Hari which discusses various public policy topics relevant to Indonesia […]

    Jakarta Seminars

    Since March 2010, the Institute for Economic and Social Research (LPEM) of the University of Indonesia, in collaboration with the Indonesia Project, has held two fortnightly discussion groups at LPEM-FEUI in Jakarta. The first group is the Kelompok Diskusi Sore Hari which discusses various public policy topics relevant to Indonesia […]

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  • The fourth annual Sadli Lecture, in cooperation with the Institute for Economic and Social Research at the University of Indonesia (LPEM FEUI), was held on 15 April 2010 at the Borobodur Hotel in Jakarta. The Lecture Series honours the contribution of the late Professor Moh Sadli to Indonesian public life […]

    The Fourth Annual Sadli Lecture

    The fourth annual Sadli Lecture, in cooperation with the Institute for Economic and Social Research at the University of Indonesia (LPEM FEUI), was held on 15 April 2010 at the Borobodur Hotel in Jakarta. The Lecture Series honours the contribution of the late Professor Moh Sadli to Indonesian public life […]

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  • The book from the 27th Indonesia Update conference in 2009, Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions, and Society edited by Edward Aspinall and Marcus Mietzner, was launched in Jakarta in conjunction with a Mini Update Conference in collaboration with CSIS on 19 May 2010. Dr. Anies Baswedan, the president […]

    Jakarta Mini Update and Book Launch

    The book from the 27th Indonesia Update conference in 2009, Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions, and Society edited by Edward Aspinall and Marcus Mietzner, was launched in Jakarta in conjunction with a Mini Update Conference in collaboration with CSIS on 19 May 2010. Dr. Anies Baswedan, the president […]

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  • The Highlights on the Indonesia Project calendar for the period July–December 2009 were the annual Indonesia Update Conference on the topic Democracy in practice: campaigns, parties and parliaments, followed by a Mini-Update in collaboration with the Lowy Institute in Sydney on Monday October 12 immediately after the main Update in […]

    INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 8 (July–December 2009)

    The Highlights on the Indonesia Project calendar for the period July–December 2009 were the annual Indonesia Update Conference on the topic Democracy in practice: campaigns, parties and parliaments, followed by a Mini-Update in collaboration with the Lowy Institute in Sydney on Monday October 12 immediately after the main Update in […]

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  • Books • Peter McCawley and Sisira Jayasuriya have spent the last six months compiling a book of studies on the impact of the tsunami, and the large assistance effort that followed the disaster. • Chris Manning together with Budy P. Resosudarmo and Sherry (Tao) Kong contributed to a book entitled […]

    INDONESIA PROJECT NEWS No. 8 (Page 2)

    Books • Peter McCawley and Sisira Jayasuriya have spent the last six months compiling a book of studies on the impact of the tsunami, and the large assistance effort that followed the disaster. • Chris Manning together with Budy P. Resosudarmo and Sherry (Tao) Kong contributed to a book entitled […]

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  • A Mini-Update was held in collaboration with the Lowy Institute in Sydney on Monday October 12 immediately after the main Update in Canberra on October 9-10. An audience consisting of Lowy staff, journalists, academics and informed observers of Indonesian and international affairs listened with great interest to politics and economics […]

    Mini Indonesia Update at Lowy

    A Mini-Update was held in collaboration with the Lowy Institute in Sydney on Monday October 12 immediately after the main Update in Canberra on October 9-10. An audience consisting of Lowy staff, journalists, academics and informed observers of Indonesian and international affairs listened with great interest to politics and economics […]

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  • The book from the 25th Indonesia Update conference in 2008, in keeping with the practice of recent years, was launched in Indonesia in conjunction with a ‘Mini Update Conference’ in collaboration with CSIS on 5 August 2009. The book is entitled Indonesia beyond the Water’s Edge: Managing an Archipelagic State, […]

    Mini Update Conference and the Launch of Two Books

    The book from the 25th Indonesia Update conference in 2008, in keeping with the practice of recent years, was launched in Indonesia in conjunction with a ‘Mini Update Conference’ in collaboration with CSIS on 5 August 2009. The book is entitled Indonesia beyond the Water’s Edge: Managing an Archipelagic State, […]

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  • by Karina Bontes Forward The annual Indonesia Update Conference, now in its 27th year, was held at the Australian National University on 9-10 October 2009. It attracted an audience of well over 300 people from academia, government, non-government organisations and business. The conference was convened by Edward Aspinall and Marcus […]

    Indonesia Update 2009 Democracy in practice: campaigns, parties and parliaments

    by Karina Bontes Forward The annual Indonesia Update Conference, now in its 27th year, was held at the Australian National University on 9-10 October 2009. It attracted an audience of well over 300 people from academia, government, non-government organisations and business. The conference was convened by Edward Aspinall and Marcus […]

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