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AIYA Links: 18 October

AIYA is at the Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth (CAUSINDY) in Canberra, where a terrific exchange of ideas amongst speakers and delegates is underway (including between Richard Woolcott AC […]

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AIYA Links: 11 October

In the news Prime Minister Tony Abbott made several media appearences during this week’s trip to Bali for the APEC Leaders’ Conference, transcripts of which are on his website, including […]

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AIYA Links: 4 October

PM Abbott in Jakarta Prime Minister Tony Abbott visited Jakarta this week, and Sam Roggeveen at The Lowy Interpreter blog has helpfully compiled links to some Australian analysis. One of the […]

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AIYA Links: 27 September

In the news Indonesian foreign minister Marty Natalegawa has taken the highly unusual step of releasing minutes of his recent meeting with his Australian counterpart, Julie Bishop (report from @mbachelard). The […]

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AIYA Links: 20 September

In the news ‘Antipathy to [Australia’s plans to tackle people smuggling] exists across Indonesia’s political spectrum’, says Fairfax’s Michael Bachelard (@mbachelard). Former country music star and DPR Komisi I (defence, intelligence and […]

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AIYA Links: 6 September

In the news Let’s get the bad economic news out of the way first: the Wall Street Journal reports on how inflation is starting to bite for Indonesia’s middle class, Reuters surveys […]

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AIYA Links: 30 August

In the news The economy was again front and centre in the Indonesia media this week. Yesterday, Bank Indonesia held an extraordinary board meeting at which it raised its benchmark interest […]

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AIYA Links: 23 August

In the news It’s been a bad week for Indonesia on the financial markets, as expectations that the US Federal Reserve will wind down its quantitative easing policies saw investors pull […]

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