Developing Indonesian Economy: Lesson Learn from China

By: Yuni Suryati Background In October 2014, the International Monetary Fund has named China as the number one world economic superpower. IMF measure gross domestic product and purchasing power parity/PPP according to the context of each country. From the calculations of this international financial institutions, at the end of 2014 China controlled 16.4 percent of…

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Brexit and its Implications for Indonesia

By Maria Renata Hutagalung, Noorman Effendi, Rio Budi Rahmanto, S. Sayoga Angkasa Kadarisman, Yuni Suryati Britain’s surprised vote to leave the European Union signals a new era for the post-World War II globalization drive, leaving open the question of how best to rein in an increasingly connected and interdependent world economy. Anti-European Union (EU) feelings…

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Combating Drug Trafficking in Indonesia

By Yuni Suryati   Indonesia is a potential market for international narcotics syndicates, as Indonesia is an archipelago with many islands as the entry point of drugs trafficking.  Unsupervised seaports and airports become very vulnerable for the drug smuggling. The drug dealers abroad are eager to market their goods in the country. Various methods are…

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Developing Indonesia’s Cruise Industry: Challenges and Potentials

By Maria Renata Hutagalung, Nooman Effendy, Rio Budi Rahmanto, S. Sayoga C. A. Kadarisman, Yuni Suryati.   The global cruise industry generated revenue of 37.1 billion US dollars in 2014, a figure which was expected to increase to approximately 39.6 billion by the end of 2016.[i] The industry made significant recovery after revenue fell below 25…

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ASEAN  Mechanisms on Human Rights Issues.

By Yuni Suryati. Introduction. ASEAN as an intergovernmental organization has always worked towards improving the lives of its member countries’ citizens, in the economic, political-security and socio-cultural aspects. To further ensure the wellbeing of the people, ASEAN decided to have their own regional human rights body, which reflects the strong commitment to the promotion and…

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Making Indonesia-EU Partnership as the Core of ASEAN-EU Cooperation in Human Rights Issues

Creative Friday #8. By  Dewi R Kartonegoro, Edy Wardoyo, Faizal Chery Sidharta, Khatira Museyibova,  Ri Thae Song, Simione Rokolaga, Sulaiman Syarif, Yuni Suryati.   Indonesia is considered to have achieved a relative success in its democratic transformation since the Reformasi (reform movement) of 1998. Since then, the promotion of human rights, governance and rule of law have…

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The Impact of Democracy to Indonesian Economic Growth

By Yuni Suryati. Indonesia is considered the world’s 4th largest nation (after China, India, and the US) and 3rd largest democracy (after India and the US). Indonesia could use all these superlatives for its benefit to further its own interests in the face of its rising global prominence, in particular the relationship between democracy and…

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