The Australia-Indonesia Partnership: Education as a Foundation

30 May 2018 By Georgia Eagleton

The Australia-Indonesia relationship is one of great potential. In striving towards a well-rounded and strengthened partnership, both countries must take an attentive approach to their domestic and bilateral education initiatives.

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Dr Dino Patti Djalal On His Recent Visit to Pyongyang and the Australia-Indonesia-US Trilateral Relationship

29 May 2018 By Krystal Hartig, Hugo Seymour

Dr Dino Patti Djalal led a delegation of Indo-Pacific scholars into Pyongyang, North Korea, just weeks prior to the inter-Korean Summit in April 2018. During his visit to Perth, he also conducted a roundtable on the Australia-Indonesia-US relationship.

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Australia and Indonesia: Strategic Partners in a Time of Change

17 Apr 2018 By Kyle Springer

Australia's former Foreign Minister Gareth Evans once said, “No two neighbours anywhere in the world are as comprehensively unalike as Australia and Indonesia.” Despite proximity, Canberra and Jakarta may as well be worlds apart but changes need to be made if the countries want to face the future in a strategic way.

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Australia Tries to Unlock the Benefits of Proximity with Indonesia

04 Oct 2017 By Kyle Springer

Indonesia and Australia find themselves locked together by geography in the midst of the most economically dynamic regions in the world. The choice is simple: work together and prosper or ignore one another and miss out on the benefits their proximity offers.

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