Sir Howard Kippenberger Public Lecture 2018

The topic of the lecture is ‘Indonesia and the Indo-Pacific Order’

Event Name Sir Howard Kippenberger Public Lecture 2018
Start Date 15th Nov 2018 6:00pm
End Date 15th Nov 2018 7:15pm
Duration 1 hour and 15 minutes
Description

Speaker: Professor Dewi Fortuna Anwar

Hosted by Prof Jennifer Windsor, Pro-Vice Chancellor for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington

Abstract

As the world’s largest archipelagic state with a large and highly diverse population and a developing economy, Indonesia’s foreign policy is primarily driven by domestic dynamics and priorities. Strategically located at the crossroads of the Indo-Pacific region and as the largest country in South East Asia, Indonesia sees ASEAN as the cornerstone of its foreign policy, critical for ensuring harmony between its members and for managing relations with larger external powers. In her 2018 Sir Howard Kippenberger lecture, Professor Dewi Fortuna Anwar will discuss the evolution of Indonesia’s approach to foreign policy, from “sailing between two reefs” during the Cold War to the challenge of “navigating in turbulent oceans” in today’s more complex contemporary global and regional order.

Attendance is free but please register here at Eventbrite

Reception with refreshments to follow from 7:15pm