The CROWN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Jakarta international relations
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#1 Apr 3, 2013
The unstated assumption behind Indonesia's push for democracy in ASEAN in 2003 had been the belief that regional security would be better ensured when member states adhere to democratic developments. Indonesia, as the proponent of the idea, expected that democracy would serve as the foundation of regional security. Now, ten years after ASEAN agreed to include democracy in its regional cooperation agenda, it is time to reflect on the extent to which democracy has or has not served as the foundation of regional security in Southeast Asia.
In his presentation, Dr. Rizal Sukma will discuss the key questions that need to be examined: To what extent has democracy become the focus of ASEAN political cooperation? Does democracy as an agenda in ASEAN cooperation serve as security-enhancing or security-undermining factor? Finally, what is the prospect for deeper democracy cooperation among ASEAN countries in the next five years?
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Dr. Rizal Sukma is Executive Director of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta; Chairman of International Relations, Muhammadiyah Central Executive Board; and a member of the Board of Advisors of the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD). Since receiving a PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1997, he has worked extensively on such issues as Southeast Asian security, ASEAN, Indonesias defense and foreign policy, and domestic political changes in Indonesia. He was the first Indonesian to receive the Nakasone Award, in July 2005, and in 2009 was listed among the Top 100 Global Thinkers by Foreign Policy magazine. In addition to numerous articles Dr. Sukma has published three books: Security Operations in Aceh: Goals, Consequences, and Lessons (Washington, DC: East-West Centre, 2004); Islam in Indonesias Foreign Policy (London: Routledge, 2003), and Indonesia and China: The Politics of A Troubled Relationship (London: Routledge, 1999).
Since: Oct 12
#2 Apr 3, 2013
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