Webinar on “How Artificial Intelligence will influence Indonesia’s 2024 Elections”


In this webinar, Ms Khoirunnisa Nur Agustyati and Dr Ismail Fahmi explored the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to generate content and strategies in electoral campaigns and the possible solutions to address the spread of disinformation on social media channels.



Hybrid Seminar on “Indonesia’s Economic Policy and Challenges from Jokowi to a New Government”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Amalia Adininggar Widyasanti shared details about Indonesia’s new long-term development plan and elaborated on the country’s goals by 2045. Dr Agustinus Prasetyantoko evaluated the strategies put in place in the long-term development plan and discussed the potential challenges faced in the current policy planning for the new government.



Hybrid Seminar on “Stalled Reforms? Institutional, Legal, and Political Changes in Indonesia After 25 Years”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Yanuar Nugroho, Dr Indriaswati D. Saptaningrum and Dr Muhammad Fajar shared their reflections on Indonesia’s democratic journey after 25 years of Reformasi. The panel discussed Indonesia’s successes and failures in strengthening governance and legal and political institutions, and in fostering societal transformations, with a view toward the 2024 elections.



Webinar on “Towards a Win-Win Cooperation: ASEAN Centrality and Indonesia’s Role in the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework”


In this webinar, Dr Edi Prio Pambudi discussed Indonesia’s operationalisation of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) and elaborated on how the region could collaborate to ensure the success of the various initiatives within the IPEF framework. Dr Jayant Menon also shared his critical views on how participating countries could benefit from IPEF.



Seminar on “Real and Rhetorical Polarisations in Indonesia: Towards the 2024 Elections”


In this hybrid seminar, Dr Max Lane shared his perspectives on polarisation within Indonesian politics and discussed its potential effects on the upcoming 2024 elections.



Seminar on “Business and Economic Priorities under Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship 2023”


In this hybrid seminar, Mr Arsjad Rasjid discussed the business and economic priorities of ASEAN-BAC under Indonesia’s chairmanship. With the change in leadership this year, ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC) seeks to ASEAN’s centrality to world markets by initiating innovations that promote greater inclusivity within the region.



Webinar on “The Indonesia National Survey Project 2022: Engaging with Developments in the Political, Economic and Social Spheres”


In this webinar, Dr Burhanuddin Muhtadi, Dr Siwage Dharma Negara and Dr Hui Yew-Foong discussed the results of a nationwide survey conducted in Indonesia and extensively analysed Indonesians’ attitudes toward political, economic, and social-cultural issues.



Seminar on “Democracy Delayed? Interim Regional Leaders and Indonesia’s 2024 Elections”


In this seminar, Dr Ian Douglas Wilson discussed the current phenomenon of interim regional leaders in Indonesia, where simultaneous local elections will be held nationwide in November 2024, but many of the regional leaders will end their terms as early as mid-2022 and be replaced by interim appointees.



Conference on “THE ROAD TO NUSANTARA: Process, Challenges, and Opportunities”


Jointly organised by ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute and the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), Indonesia, this 2-day conference explored the complex process of realising Indonesia’s ambitious New Capital project and discussed the challenges and opportunities faced by national and sub-national governments in balancing multiple objectives.



Conference on “Millennial Disruptions: Understanding the role of Indonesian Millennials in shaping a rapidly changing world”


This webinar conference serves as a platform for interactive and intellectually stimulating dialogue and debate on the multi-faceted challenges impacting the millennial generation, as well as their potential to powerfully influence the future trajectory of Indonesia’s overall social, cultural, economic, and political development.