18 Jul 2018

[IIS’ MONTHLY DISCUSSION SERIES] Waging ‘Trade’ Wars: United States Protectionism Under Trump’s Administration from Economic Nationalism Perspective
[IIS’ MONTHLY DISCUSSION SERIES] Waging ‘Trade’ Wars: United States Protectionism Under Trump’s Administration from Economic Nationalism Perspective Under Donald Trump’s administration, the United States (US) had issued numerous policies with economic protectionist characteristic. This include trade barriers in tariffs and quotas on some imported products which Trump considers as threats toward domestic...

15 May 2018

[IIS’ MONTHLY DISCUSSION SERIES] Batik and the Politics of Cultural Heritage in Indonesia: International Political Economy’s Perspectives
[IIS’ MONTHLY DISCUSSION SERIES] Batik and the Politics of Cultural Heritage in Indonesia: International Political Economy’s Perspectives In the aftermath of UNESCO’s Convention which affirming Batik as Intangible Cultural Heritage, Indonesian Government issued a trade regulation that restricts the import of batik’s textile products to Indonesia. The question then, to what extent the...

5 Apr 2018

[IIS MONTHLY DISCUSSION SERIES] Mempelajari Selatan: Konsep dan Perdebatan
[IIS MONTHLY DISCUSSION SERIES] Mempelajari Selatan: Konsep dan Perdebatan The term of Global South now gaining popularity among the academics, activists, development practitioners, and also international/governmental organizations. However, the Global South terminology may refer to various of different meanings. The questions then arise:...

4 Apr 2018

[CLIMATALK #2] Climate Justice in Time: The Normative Significance of Historical Emission
[CLIMATALK #2] Climate Justice in Time: The Normative Significance of Historical Emission Inter-generational justice, which has to do with what the current living people owe to the future people and how to interpret the normative significance of what the past people did, is of central importance in providing an interpretation of what ought to be done in...

20 Mar 2018

[PUBLIC LECTURE] The Restructuring of External Economic Relations from Central European Perspectives
[PUBLIC LECTURE] The Restructuring of External Economic Relations from Central European Perspectives It has been nearly three decades after the Great Economic Crisis hit the Central European countries. Special measures have been taken in restructuring its economy in order to enhance the region economic development. A special emphasis has been put diversification of...

6 Mar 2018

[IIS MONTHLY DISCUSSION] Menggugat Rezim Tata Kelola Air di Jakarta: Studi tentang Perlawanan atas Hegemoni Privatisasi Air Global
[IIS MONTHLY DISCUSSION] Menggugat Rezim Tata Kelola Air di Jakarta: Studi tentang Perlawanan atas Hegemoni Privatisasi Air Global Privatisasi terhadap pengelolaan air bersih di Jakarta oleh PAM Jaya kepada dua perusahaan multinasional pada 1997 dianggap sebagai keputusan inkonstitusional yang juga tidak menyelesaikan masalah ketimpangan akses air bersih kepada seluruh warga DKI Jakarta. Koalisi...

14 Feb 2018

[CLIMATALK #1] Global Environmental Politics
[CLIMATALK #1] Global Environmental Politics IIS’ CLIMATALK is a bi-monthly academic forum that examines issues surrounding climate change in Indonesia and around the world, as well as the intersection of climate change studies with politics. The interdisciplinary nature of this talk allows anyone...

13 Feb 2018

[PUBLIC LECTURE] The Interplay Between Non-Violent Resistance and Peacebuilding
[PUBLIC LECTURE] The Interplay Between Non-Violent Resistance and Peacebuilding The Interplay Between Non-Violent Resistance and Peacebuilding “For a lynching, all you need is an angry mob; for dialogue, you need an organized society.” (Adam Michnik, historian and former Polish activist) In the midst of the escalation of identity and...

13 Feb 2018

[SERIES ON GLOBAL SOUTH STUDIES – SEMINAR ON INDONESIA’S SSTC] Strengthening Indonesia’s Leadership through South-South and Triangular Cooperation
[SERIES ON GLOBAL SOUTH STUDIES – SEMINAR ON INDONESIA’S SSTC] Strengthening Indonesia’s Leadership through South-South and Triangular Cooperation [SERIES ON GLOBAL SOUTH STUDIES – SEMINAR ON INDONESIA’S SSTC] Strengthening Indonesia’s Leadership through South-South and Triangular Cooperation As many new powers emerge, cooperation between developing countries has intensified in recent decades. The...