2011
30
Nov

Current and Future Trends in US Engagement with Southeast Asia: Indonesian And Malaysian Perspectives

On November 30, 2011, the American Studies Center and Program at the University of Indonesia held, in cooperation with USINDO Jakarta Office and IKMAS, an open forum on the US […]

2011
17
Nov

Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Indonesia: Adapting to a Changed Threat

Many changes have occurred in the leadership structure of terrorist activities in Indonesia since the incidence of the 2002 Bali bombing, the twin bombing of Marriott and Ritz-Carlton in 2009, […]

2011
24
Oct

The Economic, Political and Social Impacts of the Internet in the US and Indonesia

On October 24th, USINDO hosted an Open Forum in Jakarta on the impact of the internet in the US andIndonesia, with Mike Orgill of Google as speaker. President Obama’s National […]

2011
14
Oct

Indonesia: 2014 and Beyond

Indonesia has been persistent in its long and unrelenting search for a political-economic system that can effectively integrate and accommodate the diversity of the nation, giving power to both the […]

2011
21
Sep

Democracy and Governance in Indonesia: Four Views

Indonesia’s macro economic performance has been very impressive in recent years, and Indonesia’s political system has undergone profound transformation. Despite the successes, some economic and political challenges remain.  Therefore, persistent […]

2011
16
Jun

Re-engaging with Indonesia: The Peace Corps

On June 16th, USINDO hosted a Special Event with Peace Corps Director, Aaron Williams. The Peace Corps was initiated in 1960 by President Kennedy. By the summer of 1961, programs […]

2011
6
Jun

History of U.S-Indonesia Relations: The US Role in the Independence of Indonesia, 1947-49

To communicate the history of US-Indonesia relations to a new generation, USINDO held special 2011 programs in Washington and Jakarta on the U.S. role in the negotiations leading to Indonesia’s […]

2011
11
May

Indonesia’s Maritime and Coastal Resources: Challenges and Opportunities

On May 11th, USINDO hosted Dr. James McVey, former Chief Scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and Michael Abbey, NOAA Fisheries Lead for Technical Capacity Building in […]

2011
7
Mar

Facebook Nation: The Politics and Culture of Social Media in Indonesia

On March 7th, USINDO hosted an open forum with Dr. Merlyna Lim on the politics and culture of social media in Indonesia. Lim began with a brief background on political […]

2011
25
Feb

Developing Indonesia’s Alternative Energy: Policy and Practical Implications

On February 25th, USINDO hosted an open forum with Arian Ardie of Terrasys Energy to discuss renewable energy development in Indonesia. Despite being the largest economy in ASEAN, Indonesia still […]