REIMAGINING INDONESIA:

                          IDEALS, ACTIONS, AND CHALLENGES

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Hosted by the Yale Indonesia Forum
With the Cornell Indonesian Association


2014 will witness the emergence of a new national leader following the upcoming Presidential elections in Indonesia. Once again, the question of development has been bought to the fore, upon which hope of national progress rests. Recognizing the importance of a visionary and systematic transformation, the Indonesian people look forward to seeing better management of national resources, liberated from the grip of elite interests and dedicated instead toward the greater good of public sovereignty. Endowed with rich resources and cultural diversity, Indonesia does not face a paucity of ideas to tackle the challenges. The 2014 Yale Indonesian Forum Spring Dialogue and 11th Northeastern Conference on Indonesia seek to revitalize discussions on how local and regional cultures could invigorate considerations on the development policies of the new regime. (From: Call for Papers pdf > > )

 

APRIL 11-12 2014
 YALE UNIVERSITY

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Friday, April 11, 2:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Room 100, Dow Hall, 370 Temple Street

YIF SPRING DIALOGUE

Jay Rosengard, Harvard Kennedy School
Bivitri Susanti, Harvard Kennedy School
J. Joseph Errington,
Yale University


Saturday, April 12, 8:30 - 6:00 P.M.
Room 203, Luce hall, 34 Hillhouse Avenue
11th NORTHEASTERN YIF-CIA
CONFERENCE ON INDONESIA

Keynote:
"The Rise of Critical Democrats: Reflections on Fifteen Years of Democracy in Indonesia"
R. William Liddle
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Ohio State University

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