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FPCI CONFERENCE:A DANGEROUS DRIFT? IDEAS TO FIX A BROKEN WORLD

Hosted by the Consul of the Jakarta Professional Networking Group
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Took place 4 weeks 1 day ago
Sat 20 Oct 08:00 - 18:30

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FPCI ( FOREIGN POLICY COMMUNITY INDONESIA ) presents :

CONFERENCE ON INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY (CIFP Protected content

The theme of our conference this year is “A DANGEROUS DRIFT: IDEAS TO FIX A BROKEN WORLD”. We believe this theme reflects the alarming state of the world today, but also encourages the participants to focus on the opportunities and solutions that can improve and resolve our problems today.

TOPICS IN 4 PARALEL SESSIONS :

REGISTRATION STARTS AT 08.00. PLEASE COME EARLY TO AVOID LOOONG QUEUING.

The Opening will start at 09.30

Parallel Session I (10:45 – 11:55) *
1. Are We on the Verge of a Trade War and How Can We Fix It?
2. Indonesian Foreign Policy Update: From TPP, Global Maritime Fulcrum, etc., Evaluating President Jokowi’s Foreign Policy in the last 4 Years and What to Expect for the Next 12 Months
3. Foreign Policy in the Age of Disruptions: Where Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Robotics, and Automation Will Take Us and How Countries Are Responding?
4. The Unraveling of the Liberal International Order: What Are The Alternatives and How Will This Play Out?

Parallel Session II (12:45 – 13:55) *
1. Indonesia and Southeast Asia: Are We Complacent About Our Most Important Strategic Theater?
2. The Global Economy Protected content Risks and Opportunities
3. The Indo-Pacific: Going Somewhere or Going Nowhere? Evaluating The Points of Convergence and Divergence
4. Regions That Are Changing The World: The New Forces of Change in the Middle-East, Europe, Latin America and Africa
5. Pioneering Companies to Watch: The Art of Going Global and Going Local

Parallel Session III (14:10 – 15:20) *
1. 5x3: 5 Distinguished panelists Each Highlight 3 Effective Solutions to Today’s Global and Local Problems
2. The Return of the Angels (Part 3): How The Millennials See The World and What They Want to See Fixed
3. The New Geopolitics of Connectivity: The New Competition and Cooperation Between Major and Regional Powers
4. The Multilateral Agenda: What is the State of Play, How Do We Accelerate and Who Will Lead?
5. The Korean Peninsula: Assessing the Prospects for Normalization, Denuclearization and Reunification

Parallel Session IV (15:40 – 16:50) *
1. ASEAN in a Sea-change: The Struggle for Centrality and Coherence
2. The Human Security Agenda: Refocusing on Conflicts, Refugees, Modern Slavery, Radicalism and Terrorism
3. The Global Military Build-Up and Militarization: How Can We Keep Them From Spiraling Out of Control?
4. Last Chance: As Some Nations Lose Focus on Climate Issue, Can We Still Achieve Climate Security? What Needs To Be Done?
5. What is Going on with the Emerging and Middle Powers? What Can We Realistically Expect from Them — Including Indonesia — in Shaping World Affairs?

SPEAKERS : will be added soon.

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