CONFERENCE ON INDONESIA FOREIGN POLICY (CIFP) 2015




CONFERENCE ON INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY
12-13 JUNE 2015, HOTEL GRAND SAHID JAYA, JAKARTA
Actually, kalau dilihat dari tanggalnya, udah agak basi pengalaman ini di post, BUT......
Better late than never, right?
Bermodalkan nulis essay bahasa inggris 2000 kata, akhirnya bisa ikutan conference yang diisi sama pembicara pembicara keren ini dengan gratis. haha.

Here are the list of confirmed speakers of CIFP 2015:

  • H.E. Retno L. Marsudi, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia

  • H.E. Dian Triansyah Djani, Director General for America and Europe Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
  • H.E. Arif Havas Oegroseno, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
  • H.E. Robert O. Blake, Jr., Ambassador, The US Embassy, Jakarta
  • H.E. Gurjit Singh, Ambassador, The Embassy of India, Jakarta
  • H.E. Moazzam Malik, Ambassador, The British Embassy, Jakarta
  • Prof. Dr. Hasjim Djalal, Former Ambassador at-Large for the Law of the Sea and Maritime Issues
  • Dino Patti Djalal, Founder, Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI)
  • Hermawan Kartajaya, Founder and President, Markplus, Inc
  • Jusuf Wanandi, Co-founder & Senior Advisor, CSIS
  • Prof. Donald K. Emmerson, Standford University
  • Dr. Rizal Sukma, Executive Director, CSIS
  • Ridwan Kamil, Mayor, City of Bandung
  • Prof. Simon SC Tay, Chairman, Singapore Institute of International Affairs
  • Prof. Jun Honna, Ritsumeikan University
  • Mr. Adam Schwarz, President, Asia Group Avisors
  • Greg Sheridan, International Journalist
  • Sidney Jones, Senior Advisor, International Crisis Group
  • Agus Purnomo, Advisor, Sinarmas Agri
  • Tjokorda Nirarta Samadhi, Country Director, World Resource Institute Indonesia
  • Tony Wenas, President Director, PT. Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper
  • Ted Fishman, International Author
  • Prof. Dr. Mohtar Mas’oed, Senior Lecturer, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • Aleksius Djemadu, Dean, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Pelita Harapan
  • Riza Noer Arfani, Ritsumeikan University
  • Evan Laksmana, PhD Candidate, Syracuse University
  • Prof. Dr. Dewi Fortuna Anwar, Deputy Secretary for Politics, Vice President’s Office
  • Mohammad Hanifa, Diplomat, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
  • Dian Sastrowardoyo
  • Pandu Manggala, Diplomat, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
  • Alanda Kariza, WEF Young Global Shapers
  • Togi Pangaribuan, Lawyer/ Harvard
  • M. Iman Usman, WEF Young Global Shapers
  • Amanda Widartomo, Wetheteacher
  • H.E. Fariz Mehdawi, Ambassador, The Embassy of Palestine
  • H.E. Cho Tae Young, Ambassador, The Embassy of South Korea
  • H.E. Georg Witschel, Ambassador, The Embassy of Germany
  • H.E. Klye O'Sullivan, Ambassador, The Embassy of Ireland
  • H.E. Ngurah Swajaya, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
  • H.E. Paul Grigson, Ambassador, Embassy of Australia
  • H.E. Sebastianus Soemarsono, Lemhanas RI
  • H.E. Soemadi D.M. Brotodiningrat, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Defense on International Affairs
  • H.E. Stig Ingemar Traavik, Ambassador, Embassy of Norway
  • H.E. Xie Feng, Ambassador, Embassy of the People's Republic of China
  • Andru Subowo, ASEAN Chambers of Commerce
  • Deborah Iskandar
  • H.E. Esti Andayani, Director General of Information and Public Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic Indonesia
  • H.E. I Gusti Agung Waseka Puja, Director General of ASEAN Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic Indonesia
  • H.E. Yuri Octavian Thamrin, Director General for Asia-Pasific and African Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic Indonesia
  • Dr. Adriana Elisabeth, Director, Center for Political Research, LIPI
  • Dr. Suwit Mangkahala, Senior Counsellor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kingdom of Thailand
  • Gordon Flake
  • Heru Subolo
  • Himawan Hariyoga, Deputy Chairman for Investment Promotion, Indonesia Investment Coordinating
  • James Van Zorge, Senior Fellow, A.T. Kearney
  • Jamil Maidan Flores
  • Kelvin Tio, Managing Director, Asian Agri
  • Meidyatama Suryodiningrat, Editor in Chief, The Jakarta Post
  • Natalia Soebagjo, Executive Director, UI Center for the study of Governance (UI-CSG)
  • Noke Kiroyan, Vice Chairman, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Omar S. Anwar, Executive Chairman, Nomura Indonesia
  • Paul Ramadge, Director, Australia-Indonesia Center
  • Tantowi Yahya, DPR
  • Rio Dewanto, Actor
  • Ramadhan Pomanto, Mayor, City of Makassar
  • Prof. Yohanes Surya, PhD, Founder, Surya University
Pembicara  yang namanya di perbesar adalah yang magi hadiri speech nya. Di conference ini ada 5 sesi, dimana 4 sesinya adalah paralel. Jadi kita ga bisa hadir di banyak tempat sekaligus. Berikut rincian sesinya, yang dibold dan diperbesar yang magi hadiri ya..

1 ) Plenary Sessions: 09:00 – 11:25
  • GLOBAL TRENDS, STRATEGIC ISSUES AND BIG IDEAS INDONESIA CANNOT IGNORE

  • INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY, INTERNATIONAL ENGAGEMENT AND WORLDVIEW CONCEPT IN THE JOKOWI ERA : AN UPDATE FROM FOREIGN MINISTER

2 ) Parallel Sessions: 12:15 – 13.30
  • HOW DIPLOMACY CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE METROPOLITAN REVOLUTION

Disini paling berkesan adalah materi dari Ridwan Kamil. Beliau menggunakan strategi branding yang bagus untuk membangun Bandung yang lebih oke.
"Perubahan itu harus di jemput, bukan ditunggu" -Ridwan kamil

  • INDONESIA INVESTMENT CLIMATE: HOW DO WE REGAIN OUR EDGE? WHAT ABOUT ECONOMIC NATIONALISM?

  • IS INDONESIA READY FOR THE ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC) 2015?  HOW READY ARE OTHER ASEAN MEMBERS FOR AEC?
  • THE CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDA UNDER THE JOKOWI ADMINISTRATION: PREPARING FOR COP21?

  • A DISCUSSION ON THE GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY MAP FOR INDONESIA


3 ) Parallel Sessions: 13:40 – 14:55
  • HOW THE WORLD LOOKS AT INDONESIA IN 2015

Disini paling dibahas bagaimana orang luar negeri melihat Indonesia, baik itu dari segi musik, budaya, bahkan sampai pengaruh banyaknya student exchange.

  • INDONESIA'S ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY: HOW DO WE SPEED UP? WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES AND CONSTRAINTS?

  • DOES INDONESIA UNDERESTIMATE THE EUROPEAN UNION?

  • HARNESSING INDONESIA'S BRAIN POWER AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL: HAVE WE EFFECTIVELY UTILIZED DIASPORAS AND INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES?

  • GARUDA AND THE DRAGON : HOW INDONESIA SHOULD BEST ENGAGE CHINA AS THE NEXT SUPERPOWER

4 ) Parallel Sessions: 15:05 – 16:20
  • THE CASE FOR INTERNATIONALISM: YOUTH PERSPECTIVE

Disini sesi paling asik soalnya ada mba dian sastro yang cantiknya bikin ruangan seaula kaya pasar, dan juga rio dewantoro yang baru ngomong sekalimat aja cewek seruangan udah pada teriak teriak. Kalau buat magi, lebih seneng lagi karna ada Alanda kariza (my fave author) dan iman usman yang udah nyampein materi paling ngena dan paling bikin takjub.



Dari judulnya "youth perspective" udah keliatan kalau ini cocok banget buat magi dan para pemuda pemudi Indonesia. Mba Dian Sastro menyampaikan materi tentang bagaimana pemuda pemudiaIndonesia diramalkan akan memimpin ekonomi dunia di posisi lima besar pada tahun 2030. Pembicara lainnya memberi materi serupa


  • CAN INDONESIA'S BUSINESS AND CULTURE SUCCEED IN GOING GLOBAL?

  • INDONESIA AND THE SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTES
  • DIPLOMATIC INNOVATIONS: FRESH INITIATIVES FROM FOREIGN EMBASSIES IN INDONESIA AND INDONESIAN EMBASSIES ABROAD

  • IDENTIFYING BLIND SPOTS IN INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY

5 ) Parallel Sessions: 16:30 – 17:45

Sesi paralel ini ga begitu ngikutin soalnya bentrok sama shalat magrib.. 
  • INDONESIA, EMERGING POWERS, AND THE MAJOR POWERS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: WHAT IS OUR GAME PLAN?

  • CAN INDONESIA BECOME THE WORLD’S MAJOR TRADING POWER? WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO TO GET THERE?

  • GEO-STRATEGIC SHIFTS IN THE MIDDLE-EAST AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR INDONESIA

  • THE INCREASING ROLE OF DEFENSE DIPLOMACY IN ASIA PACIFIC: HOW DOES INDONESIA FIT IN?

  • INDONESIA’S FOREIGN POLICY BETWEEN INTERNATIONALISM, NATIONALISM, POPULISM AND XENOPHOBIA






Well, overall conference ini benar-benar mengesankan. Selain jadi dapat teman baru  juga dapat pengalaman dan pengetahuan baru, thankies FPCI !

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