Dino Patti Djalal – Mau IKN Sukses? Ikuti 3 Pedoman Ini!

Belakangan ini, Ibu Kota Nusantara (IKN) menjadi buah perbincangan hangat di kalangan masyarakat Indonesia. Banyak pertanyaan mengenai prospeknya IKN di masa depan sebagai mahkota baru bangsa Indonesia. Dalam video ini, Dr. Dino Patti Djalal mengusulkan 3 butir pedoman untuk kesuksesan pembangunan IKN. 1. Bebaskan pembangunan fisik IKN dari siklus politik nasional. 2. Tidak perlu berambisi menjadikan IKN kota internasional. IKN cukup menjadi sebuah kota pusat pemerintahan modern yang memiliki penduduk. 3. Terapkan asas kemandirian. Jangan sampai IKN menimbulkan politik hutang budi terhadap negara lain.

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Global Town Hall Series #6 – The Rising Tide: China’s Rise and Its Global Implications

The growth of China’s economic, political, diplomatic, military, cultural, social and technological power has become one of the defining features of the 21st century world system. Within a few years, China is set to overtake the US as the world’s largest economy. China has become a key trading partner to many countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. The growth of China’s power also comes with a greater sense of global entitlement and ambition. China’s rise has fueled a greater sense of insecurities in some western countries, who see China as a competitor and rival. The US in particular sees China as a country that has the capability to undermine its primacy in world affairs. Countries in the global south, with some exceptions, have generally been open minded and welcoming towards China’s rise. All in all, there is no question that China’s rise has reshaped the world order in the 21st century. Against this backdrop, FPCI will convene a Global Town Hall Series on “what does China’s rise mean to the rest of the world?” hailing speakers from North-South-East-West to share their views on how China’s rise is seen from their respective countries.

Dino Patti Djalal | A Timely Fatwa from Indonesia’s Highest Islamic Council on Climate Change

Last November 2023, Indonesia released its first Fatwa on climate change. Indonesia’s highest Islamic authority, the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI), issued the Fatwa on Global Climate Control Law, which rules that any actions that damage nature and impact climate crisis are haram or forbidden. What is the significance of this newly issued Fatwa to Indonesia’s climate discourse? With the largest Muslim population in this world, how would it influence the perception of the people further to understand the urgency of climate actions for our livelihood? Check out Dr. Dino Patti Djalal’s analysis regarding this recently launched Fatwa on Global Climate Control Law and its significance in boosting Indonesia’s climate efforts through the perspective of Islam.

Dino Patti Djalal | Kunjungan Prabowo Subianto ke Tiongkok dan Jepang: The Game is On!

Presiden terpilih Prabowo Subianto baru saja melakukan kunjungan kepada Presiden Tiongkok H.E. Xi Jinping dan Perdana Menteri Jepang H.E. Fumio Kishida. Kedua kunjungan ini merupakan kunjungan ke luar negeri pertama yang dilakukan oleh Prabowo Subianto usai pengumuman hasil Pemilihan Presiden oleh Komisi Pemilihan Umum (KPU). Namun, apa arti dari pertemuan ini? Simak analisis Dr. Dino Patti Djalal mengenai arti dari pertemuan Presiden Terpilih Prabowo Subianto dengan para pemimpin dari dua negara besar di Asia, Tiongkok dan Jepang.

(FPCI-MPSN) held a virtual public discussion titled ‘Mapping Geopolitical Shifts in the Middle-East’

Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia Middle Power Studies Network (FPCI-MPSN) held a virtual public discussion titled ‘Mapping Geopolitical Shifts in the Middle-East’ on 27th March 2024. The panelists included: Prof. Burhanettin Duran, General Coordinator of SETA Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research, Dr. Paul Salem, President and CEO of Middle East Institute (MEI). Moderated by: Dr. Irine Hiraswari Gayatri, Coordinator of the Political Economy and Strategic Issues Cluster, Center for Political Research, BRIN

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Public Debriefing: FPCI – ERIA Survey of ASEAN Peoples’ Perceptions on China, India, Japan, and USA

In 2023, the Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI), in collaboration with the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), conducted a regional survey titled “Survey of ASEAN Peoples’ Perceptions on China, India, Japan, and the USA”. The survey gathered responses from 1,722 participants spanning from all ASEAN member countries, including Timor-Leste. Following the survey’s release, this public forum aims to bring together experts from Southeast Asia, alongside experts from China, India, Japan, and the USA to delve into the survey results, explore the significance of these perceptions, discuss why they matter, and uncover further geopolitical insights that may arise from the survey findings.

Diaspora Indonesia, Siapa yang akan Jadi Wakil Kita di Parlemen?

Ada sekitar 1,7 juta Diaspora Indonesia akan mengikuti Pemilu 2024. Diaspora bukan hanya akan memilih Calon Presiden dan Calon Wakil Presiden, namun juga anggota DPR yang akan mewakili para Diaspora Indonesia melalui Dapil DKI Jakarta II (Jakarta Pusat, Jakarta Selatan, dan Luar Negeri). Siapa saja yang akan menjadi Calon wakil diaspora di parlemen? Untuk menjawab tantangan logistik jauhnya Caleg dan Diaspora Indonesia secara geografis, FPCI bekerjasama dengan Indonesian Diaspora Network Global dan Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Dunia (PPI Dunia) memulai “Diaspora Know Your Calegs (Diaspora KYC),” sebuah wadah netral dan non-partisan bagi Diaspora Indonesia untuk mengenal lebih jauh para Caleg DPR RI Dapil DKI Jakarta II. Apa saja perhatian dan kepedulian para Caleg? Apa yang akan para Caleg lakukan untuk Diaspora Indonesia di parlemen? Kenali para Caleg sebelum mencoblos melalui website www.calegdiaspora.org.

FPCI-GRIPS Virtual Public Forum Indonesia and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Membership: Weighing the Political-Economic Implications

On Tuesday, 30 January 2024, FPCI-GRIPS hosted a virtual public forum with the topic “Indonesia and OECD Membership: Weighing the Political-Economic Implications”, organized by Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia and the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) of Japan, and this is the fourth forum of this year’s FPCI-GRIPS Virtual Public Forum series. The distinguished speakers included Dr. Muhammad Hadianto, Deputy Director/Lead Coordinator for Multilateral Cooperation on Economy, Finance, and International Financial Institution Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia, Amb. Yoshifumi Okamura, Vice President of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University and Former Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Japan to the OECD, and Shinta Kamdani, Chairman of Indonesian Employers Association (APINDO) and moderated by Lusia Novita Sari, FPCI Women in Foreign Policy Fellow.