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Indonesia as ASEAN Chair
With Indonesia as the ASEAN Chair, what can we expect?
Invigorating Indonesian studies in Australia through collaborative, online education practices
In the second of three articles on the state of Asian studies and language teaching in Australia, Howard Manns, Michael Ewing, Sharyn Davies and Jess Kruk advocate new collaborate open education approaches to arrest the decline in Indonesian language studies.
Indonesia Acknowledges Past Human Rights Violations, but Justice for Victims Remains Elusive
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has acknowledged a record of human rights abuses by security forces, but without moves to bring perpetrators to justice and other tangible actions by the state victims will be disappointed, writes Dirk Tomsa.
The Hard-Won Benefits of Soft Diplomacy
Culture matters for diplomacy, and the world would benefit by learning from the success of Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s “soft” Javanese style during the recent G20 summit in Bali, writes Kishore Mahbubani.
Sino-Indonesian Relations: Getting Closer or Further Apart?
China’s trade and investment in Indonesia have grown substantially since the early 2000s but the Indonesian public does not share Jakarta’s desire to wholeheartedly embrace Beijing, write Siwage Dharma Negara and Leo Suryadinata.