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17/05/2018

Democratization in Southeast Asia: The Case of Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand

Bincang ASEAN Monday, 14 May 2018 Yogyakarta – Recently, the ASEAN Studies Center UGM held its first Bincang ASEAN in 2018 entitled “The Democratization in Southeast Asia: The Case of Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand” at Digilib Café FISIPOL, UGM. This particular Bincang ASEAN featured Hestutomo Restu Kuncoro, M.A. (Alumni of Manchester University) with Ezka Amalia […]

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23/03/2018

Internship Program

ASEAN Studies Center Universitas Gajah Mada membuka kesempatan magang untuk mahasiswa dari seluruh jurusan di universitas di Yogyakarta yang akan berkesempatan untuk terlibat dalam riset serta program akademik yang diselenggarakan oleh ASEAN Studies Center UGM. Output dari pekerjaan intern adalah sebagai berikut: 1. Membuat artikel mengenai isu-isu ASEAN sebanyak 1 buah, dalam Bahasa Indonesia atau […]

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02/02/2018

[INFO BEASISWA]

KBRI dan Pemerintah Brunei Darussalam membuka program beasiswa “Brunei Darussalam Scholarship on Enhanching Professional Communication Skill for ASEAN” bagi mahasiswa. Program yang ditawarkan: 1. Professional Communication in English 2. Intensive English Proficiency Course (IEPC) Pilihan Periode: 1. 23 April – 8 Juni 2018 2. 9 Juli – 24 Agustus 2018 3. 8 Oktober – 23 […]

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06/12/2017

Indonesian Foreign Policy under Three Years of Jokowi’s Administration

Siti Widyastuti Noor October 2017, marked the third year of administration for Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi’ Widodo. In the beginning of his administration, Jokowi announced the nine prioritized agendas as Nawa Cita, a program that was initiated as an effort to bring Indonesia into a politically sovereign state, economically independent and cultural personality as a […]

ASEAN Notes, News
30/10/2017

The ASEAN Enhanced Disputes Settlement Mechanism (EDSM): Functional for Economic Growth or Protecting National Sovereignty?

Suraj Shah As the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) seeks to deepen regional economic integration, the Enhanced Dispute Settlement Mechanism must avoid politicisation to optimise successful integration and economic development in the region. Dispute Settlement Mechanisms (DSM) are fundamental features of economic institutions to ensure optimal outcomes. Governments include DSMs in international institutions to address collaboration […]

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