Building U.S.-Indonesia Mutual Understanding Since 1994

OPEN FORUMS

Open Forums

On-the-record discussion programs in Jakarta and Washington DC on the full range of issues of interest in U.S-Indonesian relations, including The U.S-Indonesia Strategic Partnership, the new U.S. administration, Indonesia and U.S. elections, U.S and Indonesian foreign policy, economy, trade and business, etc.

Upcoming Open Forums

USINDO Summer Studies 2018

February 08, 2018
Yogyakarta/Jakarta

Applications for the 2018 USINDO Summer Studies Program are now open! Deadline: February 8, 2018 Are you a U.S. university student or recent graduate interested in learning the language and culture of the most dynamic emerging economy in Southeast Asia, largest Muslim-majority nation, third largest democratic country, fourth most populous nation, and one of the…

Women as Change Agents in the United States and Indonesia

January 24, 2018
14:00 / 15:30
Jakarta

are pleased to invite you to a Special Open Forum on: Women as Change Agents in the United States and Indonesia   With  Moderated by:      Wednesday, January 24, 2018 14:00 – 15:30 (Registration starts at 13:30)   Venue: @america Pacific Place Mall, Level 3 SCBD, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 52-53, Jakarta Selatan, 12190…

The First Year of the Trump Presidency: Assessment and Outlook for 2018

February 07, 2018
13:30 / 15:30
Jakarta

cordially invites you to a Special Open Forum on:   The First Year of the Trump Presidency: Assessment and Outlook for 2018   With  ‘ Wednesday, February 7, 2018  13:30 – 15:30 (Registration starts at 13:00)   Venue: Sequis Center Auditorium Sequis Center, 11th Floor Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav 71, Central Jakarta   President Trump’s…

The Indonesian Security Sector’s Transformation in the Democratic Transition, and Its Constructive Engagement with China and U.S

January 24, 2018
14:30 / 16:00
DC

cordially invites you to a Special Open Forum on: The Indonesian Security Sector’s Transformation in the Democratic Transition, and Its Constructive Engagement with China and U.S With Lieutenant General TNI Agus Widjojo Governor, National Resilience Agency Republic of Indonesia   Wednesday, January 24, 2018 2:30 – 4:00 PM Venue: USINDO 1625 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite…

Past Open Forums

Maximizing the Impact of Anti-Corruption Efforts for Economic Development in the U.S. and Indonesia: The Role of Public and Private Sectors

December 15, 2017
13:30 / 15:30
Jakarta

are pleased to invite you to an Open Forum on: Maximizing the Impact of Anti-Corruption Efforts for Economic Development in the U.S. and Indonesia: The Role of Public and Private Sectors With Friday, December 15, 2017 13:30 – 15:30 (Registration starts at 13:00)   Venue: Flamboyan Room Jakarta Design Center, 6th Floor Jl. Gatot Subroto…

USINDO DC Special Open Forum, USINDO’s History Series, November 29, 2017 “Indonesia’s September 30, 1965 Movement and the Beginning of the Suharto Era: Enhancing our Understanding Drawing on Recently Released U.S. Records

November 29, 2017
14:30 / 16:15
Washington DC

Cordially invites you to a Special Open Forum  USINDO’s History Series    Indonesia’s September 30, 1965 Movement and the Beginning of the Suharto Era:  Enhancing our Understanding Drawing on Recently Released U.S. Records   Speaker: Dr. Bradley Simpson Associate Professor of History and Asian Studies, University of Connecticut Founder and Director, Indonesia and East Timor Documentation Project National…

The Internationalization of Indonesian Arts and Gamelan in the U.S. and Other Countries

September 07, 2017
09:30 / 11:30
Jakarta

Globalization brought forth many opportunities for Indonesia, including the unanticipated prospect of cultural influence abroad through performance arts. The internationalization of Indonesian arts, either musical instruments, dance and visual arts, have been well-accepted by many countries including in the U.S.

The U.S. – Indonesia Bilateral Security Relationship

August 07, 2017
Jakarta

are pleased to announce a Special Open Forum on The U.S. – Indonesia Bilateral Security Relationship With Monday, August 7, 2017 15:00 – 16:00 Venue: To be advised upon RSVP   The U.S. – Indonesia Society (USINDO) and American Chambers of Commerce (AmCham) Indonesia are pleased to announce a Special Open Forum featuring one of the most influential…

USINDO's Reception for Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Russel

Cordially Invites You to a Reception To Welcome the New Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific Daniel Russel   Monday, November 4, 2013 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Fairmont Hotel Colonnade Room (lobby floor) 2401 M St. NW Washington, D.C. 20037 Daniel R. Russel became Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian…

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USINDO Open Forum – Why has Corruption Persisted in the Reform Era? An Assessment of Anti-Corruption Efforts in Indonesia

Cordially invites you to an USINDO Open Forum Why has Corruption Persisted in the Reform Era?An Assessment of Anti-Corruption Efforts in Indonesia with Dr. Todung Mulya Lubis SH, LLM    Founder and Senior Partner, Lubis Santosa & MaramisResearch Fellow, HKS Indonesia ProgramTrustee, USINDO Thursday, October 172:30 pm – 4:00 pm USINDO Conference Room1625 Massachusetts Avenue…

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U.S. Perspective on the Science of Climate Change: How Can We Adapt to Consequences?

The U.S. Embassy, Jakarta, @america, and USINDO cordially invite you to an informative event onU.S. Perspective on the Science of Climate Change: How Can We Adapt to Consequences? with Professor Michael Brody Adjunct Professor, Department of Environmental Science American University and Dr. Amanda Katili Niode Coordinator of Communication, Information and Education Indonesian National Council on…

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USINDO's Scholars Open Forum Series – How Did Indonesia Evolve into a Constitutional Democracy?

USINDO’s Scholars Series How Did Indonesia Evolve into a Constitutional Democracy? with Professor Donald L. Horowitz    James B. Duke Professor of Law and Political Science Duke University Thursday, October 3rd 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm USINDO Conference Room 1625 Massachusetts Avenue NW Suite 550 Washington, DC 20036 How did Indonesia make its remarkable transition to…

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USINDO's 2014 Indonesian Elections Open Forum Series – The Indonesian 2014 Electoral Process: How Does it Work? How Does it Affect the 2014 Election?

USINDO’s 2014 Indonesian Elections Open Forum Series The Indonesian 2014 Electoral Process: How Does it Work? How Does it Affect the 2014 Election? with Dr. Sarah Shair-Rosenfield    Assistant Professor in the School of Politics and Global Studies Arizona State University   Monday, September 23 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm USINDO Conference Room 1625 Massachusetts Avenue NW…

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USINDO Scholars Open Forum Series: "The Origins of the Indonesian Nation: The Indonesian Revolution, 1945-1949"

  co-hosted a Special Historical Lecture and Open Forum The Origins of the Indonesian Nation: The Indonesian Revolution, 1945-1949  with Professor Eric Tagliacozzo Professor of History Cornell University Thursday, August 156:30 pm – 8:00 pmJakartaBuffet Dinner 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm To understand the Indonesian nation deeply, it is vital to understand the Indonesian Revolution of…

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