• USINDO regrets to announce that Amb. Ed Masters, USINDO’s Founder, passed away.

  • HFAC Chairman Edward Royce meets USINDO Legislative Partnership Participants

  • Welcome Dinner: Puneet Verma, Chevron; Mrs. Marie Royce; David Merrill; Susan Sutton, Dept. of State; Pak Begi Hersutanto, Expert Staff, DPR Foreign Affairs Committee

  • Participants Meet with Rep. Steve Chabot, Chairman, Sub-Committee on Asia-Pacific

  • Panel Discussion on the U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership

  • Achmad Fahham and Begi Hersutanto with Chairman Royce

  • Participants with their Certificates of Successful Program Completion

  • Jonah Blank (RAND) and Program Participants

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Passing of USINDO Founder Edward E. Masters

USINDO deeply regrets to announce that Ambassador Edward E. Masters, USINDO’s Founder, died on Friday, March 21, after a long illness.

Ambassador Masters founded USINDO in 1994 because he felt it was not in the U.S. national interest that most Americans knew so little about Indonesia. His vision was that a U.S.-Indonesia Society should be established to promote mutual understanding between the two countries and strengthen the bilateral relationship. His vision has continued to prove accurate. It evolved into USINDO information and education programs that continue to bring the two countries and their peoples closer together 20 years later.

His prescription for solving bi-national problems over the long run in developing countries was through education at all levels. Toward...

USINDO Starts New “Legislative Partnership Program”

USINDO is delighted to announce the highly successful completion of its first “Legislative Partnership Program” for seven Indonesian parliamentary staff members.  The Program was held in Washington March 1-7, in partnership with the Chairman of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee (HFAC), Edward Royce (R-CA), and his staff.

The Indonesian participants received practical knowledge directly from experienced U.S.  practitioners about...

USINDO Summer Language Study Call for Applications

USINDO runs an intensive ten-week language and general studies program held at Gadjah Mada University for U.S. students selected in a competitive application process.

Summer Studies Applications are available for download here.  In addition to completing the Application Cover Page form, students are required to submit a 1-page...