Virtual Public Discussion – Coronavirus Crisis? Assessing the Impact of COVID-19 on the Indonesian and World Economy

The current coronavirus pandemic is creating enormous burden on the global economy. It is already inflicting serious damage on supply chains, demand, and financial market, affecting business investment, household consumption, and international trade. The ADB on 3rd April estimated the pandemic could cost the world economy $4.1 trillion or almost 5% of global gross domestic product. With the uncertainty of when will the pandemic end, governments are bracing for the full impact from the coronavirus economic downturn.

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Update on the Challenge of Terrorism and Radicalism in Indonesia and Southeast Asia

On Thursday, 12 April 2018, FPCI convened a public discussion aiming to give update on the challenge of terrorism and radicalism in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. The discussion was held at Bengkel Diplomasi FPCI, featuring Sidney Jones, Director of the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict and moderated by Dr. Dino Pati Jalal. Also attending this event were NGOs/IGOs, researchers, students, and media.

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