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Conference on Indonesian Foreign Policy (CIFP) 2017 - Pls RSVP!!

Hosted by the Consul of the Jakarta Professional Networking Group
Business & Networking
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Took place 1 month ago
Sat 21 Oct 07:30 - 17:00

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CIFP Protected content the largest conference in Indonesia that specifically discusses RI international relations. The theme we took this year is

WIN - WINNING ASEAN : CONQUERING GLOBALIZATION.

This theme was taken to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of ASEAN and also to discuss the direction of globalization which today is shaking the world, including Indonesia.

Topics :

1. Globalization Best Performers : World’s most competitive and innovative economies explain how they struggle to reform
2. ASEAN at 50 : Ideas to transform ASEAN for the next 50 years
3. A Confusing World Order : Indonesia in A World of Trump, Xi Jin Ping , Putin, Modi and Abe
4. Maritime Fulcrum : A policy update on what has been done and what remains to be done
5. Indonesia and China’s Belt and Road Initiative : How Fast, How Soon, How Much and How Active should our engagement be ?
6. The Return of the Angels : 5 Bidadari Bicara Mengenai Arti Globalisasi bagi Generasi Y
7. The South China Sea Disputes: Will ASEAN and China find convergence?
8. Youth to Youth : 5 International Young Leaders discuss critical issues of our time
9. A Discussion on Blind Spots, Stress Points, and Potential Pitfalls in Indonesian Foreign Policy
10. Going Global: Maverick local leaders talk about how they seized and conquered opportunities abroad
11. Assessing President Jokowi’s Foreign Policy at Mid-Term: the scorecard so far, and what to watch for in the next 2 years?
12. Strategic Trends to Live and Die for: 5 thinkers each outline 3 major game-changers that can potentially shape Indonesia’s destiny

Speakers : will be informed soon.
About FPCI
Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) was established in Protected content an independent, non-political organization focused on international relations. FPCI aims to be the first foreign policy organization that can bring together students, lecturers, government agencies, diplomatic corps, international organizations, civil society, business communities, think tanks, journalists and the general public into a large community of foreign policy enthusiasts.

Founder : Dino Patti Djalal, former Indonesian Ambassador to the US and thePresidential spokeperson for President SBY. ( see his picture here)

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