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Research & Analysis

FPCI Research and Analysis (FPCI R&A) is FPCI’s research division focusing on 6 areas of interest – Geo-Politics, Indonesian Foreign Policy, ASEAN, Cities, Diaspora, and Globalization. Our work is to contribute to the foreign policy development and thinking process. We work in collaboration with policy makers, experts, lecturers, researchers, officials, as well as the public on specific issues and trends. Our product is characterized as a policy-oriented analysis. We also work to enhance public understanding and engagement on international issues through conferences, public discussions, reports and publications.

Our flagship research product is FPCI regional survey – ASEAN-China Survey and ASEAN Peoples’ Perception Survey whereas both surveys participated with 1,500 respondents from 11 ASEAN Countries each edition.

In 2023, FPCI launched the Middle Power Studies Network (MPSN), a unit dedicated to studying the role of middle-power countries in regional and global affairs in the 21st century. MPSN engages scholars, policymakers, practitioners, and relevant stakeholders in middle-power countries and around the globe to explore the trends, the behavior, and the contribution of middle-powers in regional and global affairs. To support this, MPSN conducts daily public forums, track 1.5 and track 2 dialogues, research and analysis publications– among others. For this, MPSN also partners with think tanks and research institutions from all around the world. More about Middle Power Studies Network.

MIDDLE POWER STUDIES NETWORK (MPSN)

FPCI Middle Power Studies Network is a unit dedicated to studying the role of middle-powers in regional and global affairs in the 21st century. MPSN engages scholars, policymakers, practitioners, and relevant stakeholders in middle-power countries and around the globe to explore the trends, the behavior, and the contribution of middle-powers in regional and global affairs. To support this, MPSN conducts daily public forums, track 1.5 and track 2 dialogues, research and analysis publications– among others. For this, MPSN also partners with think tanks and research institutions from all around the world. MPSN was launched in May 2023. The MIKTA countries Ambassadors to Indonesia participated in the launching, along with key opinion leaders and academic community in Indonesia.

Message from FPCI fellows

Congratulatory Remarks For FPCI-MPSN launching

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About Middle Power Insight

Middle Power Insights regularly publishes independent commentary and analysis on the most pressing issues surrounding the trends of middle-powers in regional and global affairs in the 21st century. Middle Power Insights features MPSN fellows and partners.

 May 2024 edition:

Takeaways From Past Public Disscusions

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Our Activities

MPSN Public Discussion
The North-South Middle Power Dialogue: Charting a Path to Multilateral Reform

Thursday, 2 May 2024

MPSN Virtual Public Discussion
Mapping Geopolitical Shifts in the Middle-East

Wednesday, 27 March 2024

MPSN Virtual Public Discussion
Eyes on Saudi Arabia: How a Pivotal Middle Power is Raising Its Strategic Game

Thursday, 1 February 2024

MPSN Virtual Public Discussion
The Way Forward: A North-South Dialogue for Peace in Palestine

Wednesday, 3 November 2023

MPSN Virtual Public Discussion
In the Face of Great Power Rivalry: What do Middle Powers Think About the Existing International Order?

Monday, 7 August 2023

MPSN Virtual Public Discussion
Middle Power’s Perspective on Regional Security and the Rise of Minilateralism

Wednesday, 28 July 2023

MPSN Virtual Public Discussion
Reflection on Australia’s Foreign Policy under Albanese: Can a Western Middle Power be a Bridge-Builder too?

Wednesday, 31 May 2023

MPSN Virtual Public Discussion
The Role of Middle Powers in a Devided World: What can MIKTA do?

Wednesday, 17 May 2023

For Inquiry

Contact Person
Jenny Sari Winata
FPCI Middle Power Studies Network Coordinator

Cell/WA: +62812 6639 1807
Email: jenny@fpcindonesia.org

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Corporate Program

Corporate Policy Brief Program

Within the volatile political situation, changes in the socio-political climate and regulatory issues are inevitable. Meanwhile, a series of global issues such as climate change, financial stability, and cyber security creates an even more complex business environment. Companies are faced with the critical challenge to adapt with the current situation. The vigorous growth of a company owes much to the right strategy in pinpointing risks and opportunities and the response towards the economic and political situation.

As an organization devoted to international affairs, FPCI is taking concern on how to help businesses and governments to better understand and navigate through the dynamics and power play behind the phenomenon in international politics. Entering the new era of structural disruption; governments, companies, and agencies has the need to manage a higher level of uncertainty under volatile political conditions. It is important to not only follow politics as it unfolds, but also to understand its key players. 

FPCI Corporate Policy Brief Program mainly aims to provide a platform for companies in Indonesia to receive policy updates and briefings from Indonesian key decision makers and experts. Under this tailored corporate program, FPCI is committed in assisting companies to not just understand what is happening but to also identify the significance of related stakeholders and map out the key actors behind the power play to help them respond on a wide array of challenges in growing its business in Indonesia.