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  • English to re-enter Indonesian classrooms

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Duncan Graham

    The 2012 decision to scrap English as a compulsory subject in Indonesian elementary  schools is to be reversed. Materials and advice are likely to be sourced from the Philippines.   T...

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  • Indonesian economics and trade: Who needs an ideology?

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Sulistyo Widayanto

    Encouraging healthy public discussion and debate are key elements of any open society and free press. Indonesia is proudly proving that it has both of these. The commentary piece “Indonesia&rs...

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  • Iranian nuclear deal: What it means for India

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

      The recent much lauded nuclear deal has reduced the threat of Iran developing nuclear weapons. The deal allows Iran to pursue a nuclear program for peaceful purposes while lifting of economi...

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  • Where next for Myanmar?

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Adhi Priamarizki

      The landslide victory of Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) in Myanmar’s general elections in early November was an historic moment for the nation, but despit...

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  • Pluralism and Progress: Indonesia's Hope

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Gita Wirjawan

    Aung San Suu Kyi once said, “To view the opposition as dangerous is to misunderstand the basic concepts of democracy. To oppress the opposition is to assault the very foundation of democracy.&rd...

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  • Indonesia's renewable energy potential

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Andy Nguyen

      Indonesia, one of the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters, is uniquely positioned to make substantial contributions to the fight against climate change. Despite its lackluster reco...

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  • Missile defense dilemma for Saudi Arabia

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

    The Iranian nuclear deal and its missile development programme (despite sanctions), as well as the Yemen crisis where Houthi rebels used ballistic missiles against Saudi Arabia targets, have only heig...

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  • Boosting trilateral trade

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Manish Vaid and Tridivesh Singh Maini

    The recent BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) Summit in Goa and the interaction with the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) lea...

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